Thai Prime Minister and junta chief General Prayuth Chan-Ocha appeared to question the behaviour of two Britons leading up to their murder on the island of Koh Tao.
Apparently referring to Britons David Miller and Hannah Witheridge, he is quoted as telling reporters:
We have to look into the behaviour of the other party too because this kind of incident should not happen to anybody and it has affected our image.
General Prayuth reportedly added that Thai authorities must tell “tourists when the safe times are to be outside. We have to help them understand.”
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