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Snitching on your local parking space hogger could earn you 5,000 baht, according to Thailand‘s Department of Public Relations (PRD). Cones, tyres, bicycles, plant pots and chairs are commonly seen blocking parking spaces on the streets of Thailand’s urban areas. People either want to save the parking space for themselves or simply don’t want others to park outside their property. Blocking a parking space on the road is illegal and punishable by a 10,000 baht fine, according to Thailand’s Maintenance of the Cleanliness and Orderliness of the Country Act (1992). Not only does the government warn you against blocking spaces, […]

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