Thai Coffee-Shop Owner May Face Computer Crime Charges Over Saucy Waitress Post

The Thai model offered to help promote the coffee shop in exchange for free coffee. – Photo

CHON BURI – Police in Satthip Chon Buri are considering pressing charges against the owner of a coffee shop, who allegedly posted a video clip and photos of two models wearing only an apron and underwear while serving coffee to customers.

The photos and video clip, meant as an advertisement to attract more visitors to the coffee shop, were widely shared on Thai social media with many criticising the move.

Plu Ta Luang superintendent Pol Colonel Thanachai Usahakit said officers had already summoned the coffee shop owner and the models to report to police late on Sunday.

He said the image could be a violation to the Computer Act because the images were uploaded to a computer accessible by the public. Violations are punishable with a jail term of up to five years and/or a fine of up to Bt100,000.

Shop owner Prasong Sukkorn said he posted…

Original published: 2018-02-04 22:16:09 Read the full Bangkok News here

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