Marshall said in a statement that his wife, Noppawan 'Ploy' Bunluesilp, was visiting Bangkok with their 3-year-old son when both of them were taken by police Friday morning to a police station along with Noppawan's father.
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The variety is mind-boggling and local Thai designers are producing some inspired stuff that will have your bags groaning in delight.
Police have raided the Bangkok home of a British journalist's wife and questioned her for several hours in connection with his social media posts containing photographs purported to be of Thailand's crown prince - the heir apparent to the throne - wearing a crop top and sporting a huge tattoo on his back.
The 'insulting' photos Andrew Mac Gregor Marshall posted on Facebook on Thursday were published in the German tabloid newspaper Bild and were purportedly of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn at an airport in Germany.
The crown prince spends much of his time in Germany.
The German Bild newspaper and British journalist Andrew Mac Gregor Marshall claim this photo shows Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn at an airport in Germany wearing a white crop top and holding a poodle 'There is at least one error in the [Bild] article - it names the poodle as Foo Foo, but in fact Foo Foo is dead, and the poodle in the photographs is actually called Fee Fee,' Marshall wrote on Facebook.
Top line designer labels may not end up here as they are already showcased at malls like Gaysorn.
Duty-free shopping at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport is a breeze airside with acres of romp room.
Pick up a fine linen scarf for Bt3,500 (US5), a men's linen shirt for Bt3,200, or a silk tie for Bt3,300. For sheer bragging rights, no would-be shopper can afford not to touch base at EM Quartier ( part of The Mall Group and right alongside Phrom Phong station) across from the glitzy revamped Emporium (both collectively termed the EM District) and the cavernous but largely empty Central Embassy.