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Patong Beach in Phuket has seen a boost in police activity in recent days, aiming to put an end to the unlawful trade and use of fireworks. The initiative, which began on May 1, has already led to the arrest of three individuals, including a citizen of New Zealand. Patong Police have been systematically carrying … …

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The Kiwi definetly did not bring the fireworks from NZ along with him as I never see any firworks being sold in NZ both north and south Island. It is obvious he should have bought in the Island. Just go after those who are selling in large quantities aroud the Island or those who are supplying them to the island. That is the right way to tackle such incident from happening. No point in going after the arrow....just go after the archer those who shoots the arrow. 

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