Article quote: The Burmese man, who works as a migrant labour broker that matches fishing boats with workers in Phuket, faces rape charges that carry a fine of 8,000 to 40,000 baht and 4 to 20 years in prison.
The woman recounted the trauma, saying she was referred by a friend to the man who said he needed someone to do laundry. He welcomed her with a meal and chatted with her about work. But after eating, the woman said he attacked, kicking and punching her and told her that he had paid off the police so they wouldn’t help her.
Well if he does have that connection to getting and brokering workers for the fishing industry, then he might perhaps be one dangerous ruthless guy with definite connections with the authorities.
Let's wait and see if fishy or not.
Tried the hydrometer but I had a very bad habit of immersing them in hot wort and the damn thing cracking so I thought that a refractor might be the safest option, pretty indestructable.
Just ordered a 12 x 1 litre pack of peach and mango juice from Lazada, that will be my next wine making attempt, actually prefer white to red, used to love Liebfraumilch, Blue Nun and Reisling.
So will have 4 cartons of red grape juice and 4 peach and mango, might have to mix them together.
A handy little chart here that gives a basic idea of what to expect from fruit wine.
A Thai temple in western Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province, “Wat Tha Phu Rat Bamrung” also known as “Wat Tha Phu”, which also serves as drug rehab, has been ordered closed following allegations of ransom, torture, and the abuse of human rights. Due to the startling allegations, the temple is being investigated by the Narcotics Control Board and the Public Health Ministry. The operators of the temple claim they must close because the temple doesn’t have anyone to oversee the centre. Thai PBS adds that the abbot who had started the rehab project died on Monday. They say he was already in […]
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