By snoop , September 6, in Bangkok News. I just love the way everybody is ducking out of any kind of responsibility for having a sexual predator operating on a university campus. The only issue I can see here is whether coercion is clear. I see nothing wrong in principle in asking someone to pose. There does not appear to be any criminal proceedings at the time of reading - notwithstanding that nude photography is technically illegal in LonS Land of no Smiles Another nail in the coffin of fine art studies in Thailand? That much is certain. A university professor abusing his position of authority to sexually assault young female students - five, possibly more.
Would-be 'pretties' duped into sending nude pics
A man who set up a fake Facebook page purported to belong to a female modelling agent has been arrested on charges of luring young women into sending him nude pictures and then selling them. He initially faces charges of possessing and trading child pornography, as two of the victims were under Police say the suspect, who works as a graphic designer for television shows on a popular station, created a Facebook account using an image of a woman as his profile photo. When young women responded and began chatting with the suspect via Facebook, he persuaded them to send nude images and clips by telling them they would be shown to customers for job purposes. He also told his victims that he could help them get into the entertainment industry, said the source. But after they sent him the account numbers, he blocked them on his Facebook account. He then asked some victims to send him more nude photos or he would share their other images online if they refused, said the source. Some victims later found their photos and clips on a pornography website. A search at his office found more pornographic clips of victims on his office computer and mobile phones. Police have sought court approval to detain the suspect at Thon Buri Remand Prison pending further investigations.
Bangkok, Thailand CNN The mysterious death of a young woman in Thailand, whose body was found in the lobby of an apartment building, has gripped the nation and highlighted the risks women who work in the service and promotions industry face. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Thitima Noraphanpiphat's death has drawn widespread attention in Thailand.
You should ask yourself if you want to have input on the way your children are raised. As I started to date and fall in love with my husband, almost everyone I knew was against it. It's a less common occurrence, but it happens. Make sure everyone involved is a couple, or at least is paired with someone.