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Crystal meth found floating in Thailand’s eastern seaboard waters

The coastal waters of Thailand’s eastern seaboard were recently afloat with 20 kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine. This shocking find adds to the growing tally of illegal narcotics discovered in the region, with approximately 400kg of crystal meth found floating in the same area during the past month.

The news broke today, April 2, when Thawatchai Kaewkhao, the mayor of Bang Chan Tambon Administration Organisation (TAO), revealed that a local fisherman had spotted an eerie black sack floating near Koh Chik village. This village is located in the tambon Bang Chan of Khlung district, Chanthaburi.

Responding swiftly to the report, Police Colonel Traisit Phokthamthanachai, the Chief of Khlung Police Station, marshalled a team of local officials and police to investigate the suspicious sack. Upon retrieval and inspection, the sack yielded 20 packages of crystal meth, all of which…

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