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Tip-Off Video to stop Chinese tourists getting naked in Thailand to be released In a move to allow Chinese visitors to Thailand to enjoy their trip without offending Thai people, Thai officials are set to release a two minute animated video in Chinese explaining the nations attitude towards nudity. The recent image of a woman going topless in a public rest room at Don Mueang airport, that went viral, has caused outcry. Public nudity is strictly forbidden in Thailand, and considered offensive even in areas such as public rest rooms. Although the woman in the offending photograph has not been proved to be Chinese many believe she is from China. He went on to say that visitors from China are very welcome in the Kingdom and that they bring in a lot of tourist revenue, however if something inappropriate is witnessed warnings or penalties will be imposed on a case by case basis.
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