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Nakhon Phanom school director in hot water over alleged toilet spycam

Jack Burton

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The director of a school in the northeastern Nakhon Phanom province has been “moved to an inactive post” pending the results of an investigation into a video that shows him placing a camera in the toilet of a pub. The head of the primary school, in Ban Phaeng district, has been assigned to the District 2 provincial education office until the inquiry is complete.

Officials of the provincial education office have established a fact-finding panel to determine whether the man’s alleged action was intentional. The director of the office told reporters today that even if it’s deemed to be unintentional, he could still face a warning and a salary cut. If deemed intentional, it would be a serious violation that would result in dismissal from government service.

No complaints have so far been filed with police over the incident; it came to light Thursday when the video was posted on a Facebook page that features salacious video exposés and has 106,000 followers. A message posted with the video said the camera was first placed in the toilet of a pub in Renu district on August 7.

“Someone saw it but the camera was still recording. The school director then offered cash to the victim to end the case and urged the person not to tell others as it would be a waste of time. He claimed to have a relative who is a senior police officer.”

The accused man previously served as the director of a school in Mukdahan province before being moved to Nakhon Phanom. The page claimed students at his previous school were aware of his conduct but nobody dared expose it.

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ผอ.รร.แห่งนึงในจังหวัดนครพนม ไปตั้งกล้องแอบถ่ายในห้องน้ำร้านเหล้าแห่งนึง เมื่อวันที่ 7 ส.ค. แล้วมีคนไปพบเข้าแต่กล้องมันทำงานไประยะนึงแล้ว เจ้าตัวเสนอเงินจำนวนนึงเพื่อจบเรื่อง แล้วข่มขู่ผู้เสียหายว่าแจ้งความไปก็เสียเวลา ตนเองมีญาติเป็นนายตำรวจใหญ่ ทางตำรวจในพื้นที่ก็บอกว่าคลิปยังไม่เผยแพร่ไม่รับแจ้งส่วนทางเขตการศึกษาเรียกไปสอบก็อ้างว่าเมาแล้วเรื่องก็เงียบหายไป สังคมเราจะอยู่กันแบบนี้จริงๆดิ ได้ข่าวว่าก่อนย้ายมาอยู่นครพนมก็ไปเป็น ผอ.อยู่ รร.ในจังหวัดมุกดาหาร นักเรียนที่นั่นรู้จักวีรกรรมดีแต่ไม่มีใครกล้าออกมางัด คลิปเต็ม อยู่กับทางร้านยาว 22 นาที กล้องโดนเตะไปมันก็เข้ามาตั้งใหม่#เรื่องเล่าจากทางบ้าน

Posted by Red Skull Forever on Thursday, August 27, 2020

SOURCE: Bangkok Post

 

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    sam thompson

    Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    Surely it is obvious that he placed the camera in a pub toilet ‘unintentionally’ as this is a commonplace thing that many people do ‘unintentionally’, poor man is being ‘unintentionally’ victimised

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    Toby Andrews

    Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 10:42 pm

    Another Thai caught as a sexual pervert.
    How many more?
    Yet Thais Thais claim felangs are dirty.
    Will he even be charged?
    Heathen perverts escape justice in Thailand if they have connections.

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    Dino

    Sunday, August 30, 2020 at 1:56 pm

    Always with the relatives in the police department. All those who use their friends and family in the police department line should get their friends exposed and then sacked from the force.

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Jack Burton is an American writer, broadcaster, linguist and journalist who has lived in Asia since 1987. A native of the state of Georgia, he attended the The University of Georgia's Henry Grady School of Journalism, which hands out journalism's prestigious Peabody Awards. His works have appeared in The China Post, The South China Morning Post, The International Herald Tribune and many magazines throughout Asia and the world. He is fluent in Mandarin and has appeared on television and radio for decades in Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.

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