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Pattaya’s efforts to get tough on graffiti don’t appear to be going so well. The city’s Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai had promised on September 30 that he would go after vandals and people plastering advertisements on public property.  Nongyai had said that electrical transformer cabinets around Pattaya were being defaced by spray paint and advertisements. But three weeks on, the intended crackdown hasn’t bore much fruit.  Two big new PEA boxes next to the Telephone Organization of Thailand (TOT) offices were covered in permanent red ink Thai scribblings, Pattaya Mail reported yesterday.  The markings were reportedly about personal problems, politics, […]

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