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Well-known Chinese restaurant in Chon Buri catches fire

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A popular Chinese restaurant in Chon Buri caught fire over the weekend. The flames damaged the Tai Hi Restaurant’s roof, refrigerator and freezer. Most of the fresh food in storage was destroyed.

The restaurant, in the Bang Pla Soi district, caught fire at around 2am on Saturday morning. Tai Hi staff called the owner who rushed to the scene. When he arrived, the restaurant was already in flames with the fire department on the scene with 3 fire engines working to put out the fire.

Pattaya News reports the restaurant was destroyed. On the Fire & Rescue Thailand Facebook page, photos show what appears to be the collapsed ceiling on top debris and ashes. No one was injured. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

The Chinese restaurant is well-liked in Chon Buri. On Google, it has a 4.3 rating with more than 300 reviews.

ไฟไหม้ห้องครัวภัตตาคารดังเมืองชลบุรีเมื่อเวลา 01.50 น.ของวันที่ 15 สิงหาคม 2563 เกิดเหตุเพลิงไหม้ภายในภัตตาคารไต้ฮี้…

Posted by Fire & Rescue Thailand on Friday, August 14, 2020

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Caitlin Ashworth is a writer from the United States who has lived in Thailand since 2018. She graduated from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies in 2016. She was a reporter for the Daily Hampshire Gazette In Massachusetts. She also interned at the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia and Sarasota Herald-Tribune in Florida.

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Pattaya, Chon Buri gives timeline of visited places of those infected with Covid

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Chon Buri health officials are releasing a timeline of visited places by those recently infected with Covid-19.

  1. Chill Zone at Zen Siri Market in Sattahip on April 7th from 11:00pm to 1:30am
  2. Siam Commercial Bank at Central Marina Pattaya on April 7th to April 16th from 11:00am to 6:30pm
  3. Oishi Ramen restaurant on the 3rd floor at Central Plaza Chonburi in the Samet sub-district on April 8th from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
  4. Public van near Robinson Si Racha destination BTS Bang Na on April 9th at 6:00pm
  5. Skate board space at the Bali Hai Pier on April 10th and April 12th and 13th from 7:00pm to midnight.
  6. Lampei local grocery near Khun Trairat Ritngam dormitory in the Nong Kakha sub-district, Pan Thong district from April 10th to April 18th, time was not given.

 

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7. Wedding ceremony at a house address 45/59 in Soi Khao Makok 2/2 on Chaiyapruek Road in Huayyai, Banglamung on April 11th from 10:00am to mid-day.

8. Sai Sushi Café at Zen Siri Market, Sattahip on April 17th from 4:30pm to 6:00pm

9. The Pet Castle in Sane Suk sub-district on April 18th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm

10. Fairy Sweet Village on Thap Phraya Road on April 18th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm

11. Mongchang Café, Pattaya on April 19th from midday to 3:00pm

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The Chon Buri Health Office says if anyone has respiratory symptoms and/or a fever within 14 days from visiting those places listed above, to please go to a hospital and tell staff that you were around those places that had Covid-19 infections. Chon Buri province, which features Pattaya, has a total of 125 new Covid infections, which is the most amount of infections since April 17th.

Meanwhile, Thailand is reporting today a total of 2,070 new Covid-19 cases and 4 deaths were confirmed by the CCSA, raising the total number of cases since the outbreak on April 1 to 21,230 and this month’s Covid death toll to 27. The reported number is the highest daily total ever reported in Thailand.

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An unexpected guest was seen yesterday at the Bang Lamung, Pattaya funeral of the victim of a pit bull attack. Giant, the guilty dog, was brought to apologise by his new owner. The Thaiger has been following the tragic story of the 55 year old man who was sleeping next to his pet pit bull when his son witnessed the dog wake suddenly and attack its owner, taking a half hour to pull the poor man free.

The victim, Wisit Sanguan, suffered violent bites on his neck and body and died of blood loss and severe wounds the next day in the hospital. His cremation is scheduled at 4pm today in Bang Lamung.

Yesterday Suksa Ketnak, Giant’s new owner, brought the pit bull to Wisit’s funeral to pay respects and apologise. Giant was restrained with a protective muzzle to keep everyone safe. Following with Buddhist tradition, Suksa and Giant came to pray and ‘apologise’ to Wisit’s spirit for the pit bull’s attack and ask for forgiveness.

The Pattaya News reports that the grieving widow accepted the apology with the family saying they forgive Giant and still care for their former pet. Giant expressed love and recognition for the family, excited wagging his tail and letting relatives play and pet him.

After the attack that tragic day, the pit bull was still aggressive hours later and the Chon Buri Pit Bull Club took Giant into custody by sedating him. They announced later that a new owner with experience in troubled dogs had taken the pit bull in. The Pit Bull Club announced that they did not find any evidence of abuse or mistreatment.

Then the story escalated further as the grieving widow lashed out at overzealous internet commenters who posted accusations on social media defending pit bulls and blaming the family assuming they were abusive. She threatened legal action under Thailand’s strict computer crime and defamation laws.

Hopefully, this funeral with a pit bull apology marks a peaceful ending to a tragic saga.

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Police inspect Pattaya restaurants for compliance with alcohol sales ban

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Police in Pattaya have carried out inspections at local restaurants to ensure a ban on alcohol sales is being adhered to. The prohibition is part of the latest Covid-19 restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of the virus. Officers from Banglamung police station, led by district chief, Wutthisak Singhadaechor, and police chief, Sakchai Suwannukun, have dropped in on multiple eateries to check they’re complying with the law.

The Pattaya News reports that, while there is a ban on consuming alcohol while dining in restaurants, there are no restrictions on purchasing alcohol for takeaway purposes. The police also checked that other disease prevention measures were being adhered to, including the provision of hand sanitiser and temperature checks for all customers.

There is currently no end date to the latest order issued by the governor of Chon Buri, which is in force until further notice. Pattaya officials say further inspections of restaurants will continue, adding that any local residents troubled by violations of Covid-19 restrictions can report offenders by calling 1137.

The current restrictions have been implemented under the nationwide emergency decree, which gives the government sweeping powers and carries harsh penalties. Restaurant owners caught breaking the alcohol sales ban face fines of over 100,000 baht and/or several years’ imprisonment.

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