An honest custodian who found almost 100,000 baht on the side of the road returned the cash to the American teacher who lost it.
Crowds jammed the Chonburi Land Transport Office last week trying to get a driver’s license before the department’s new, tougher driving test came into use June 2.
A drunk painter died after diving into Mabprachan Reservoir to hunt for snails.
The unnamed victim, in his 30s, was fished out of the lake by four divers May 28.
Tawee Simmakul, 45, said he met the victim the day previously at a construction camp. They had been drinking together and gotten hungry. The dead man decided to hunt for snails that he could grill as a snack.
The swimmer cut his jeans down to shorts, dived in and never surfaced.
Tourism officials are looking to the domestic market to revive Pattaya’s tourist sector, showing off the city at a Bangkok trade fair and launching a new weekday travel promotion.
Six regional dance teams will compete for 1.7 million baht in prizes after winning their way through the qualifying rounds of the Tesco Lotus Aerobic Dance for Health competition in Pattaya.
Pattaya-area police have arrested a third man in last month’s robbery of a Sukhumvit Road automated-teller machine.
Pattaya-area Russians joined local politicians in celebrating the 69th anniversary of Victory Day, the May 9, 1945 capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in World War II.
Police are searching for a Nigerian man who killed his supposed friend in a quarrel over money in East Pattaya.
Six Australians and a New Zealander were arrested when police raided yet another central Pattaya bar allegedly masquerading as an off-track-betting parlor for down-under horse racing.
A day after being arrested for a drunken beer brawl, a 37-year-old Norwegian man cut his own throat with a steak knife and threatened to electrocute himself due to a fight with his girlfriend.