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Officials in Phuket have issued another reminder to the public that releasing fireworks and sky lanterns in public areas is illegal. The warning put out yesterday is a reminder of a rule passed earlier this year on May 6 that called for a crackdown on all illegal fireworks. Phuket Vice Governor Anupap Rodkwan Yodrambam made that original Proclamation on behalf of Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew. It instructed all district chiefs to stop locals and tourists alike. Punishments for setting off fireworks or releasing sky lanterns illegally can include heavy fines and even jail time. The setting off of fireworks and sky […]

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Lame. I like seeing fireworks , fire shows and lanterns. All things that are regulated out of existence in Western nanny states. 

The same ppl that agree with these new laws are the same ones who 25 years from now , will be on these forums longing for the good old days. When there was free fire shows on the beach and you could get a fire lantern and watch it float away into the sky on a nice summer night.

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