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Locals rang the police when a street dog they call “Namtan” (brown sugar) ran down the street with a packet of over 1,000 yaba (methamphetamine) pills in her mouth in Sattahip district of Chon Buri province, eastern Thailand on Thursday, reports NaewNa. The “soi dog” ripped apart and chewed the packet, which contained seven smaller packets …

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May be the officials have to consider recruiting this dog into their unit as having some talents to detect drugs. 

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Last month, the beagles sniffed out 7 kilogrammes of illegally imported raw duck from China. In November, the dogs found illegal “smoked bats,” smoked pork knuckles and smoked pork belly that arrived in Thailand on a flight from Kunming in China.

Smuggling animal carcasses into Thailand is a criminal offence under Section 31 of the Animal Epidemic Act (2015).

Many countries have this problem with the Chinese.

Are they a race of intelligently handicapped who willingly thumb their noses to the world and its health security rules and yet still dispute Covid origins. 🙃


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