Pattaya Daily News

01 March 2014 :: 13:03:55 pm 82693

Police Inspect Morning Buddhist Monks Behaviour

Pattaya officers went to inspect the unorthodox behaviour of the Buddhist monks that walk around Chaimongkhol market every morning and ask from the passing people. The local people had reported the behaviour to the police.
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PATTAYA – February 28, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 5.00 a.m. the officers of Special Operation Division, Pattaya Deputy District Chief Office, and the journalists of Pattaya city went to inspect the behavior of the unorthodox Buddhist monks at Chaimongkhol market, south Pattaya, after they received complaints from local people that they could not bear to see the behaviour of the unorthodox Buddhist monks that set up to ask for alms every morning.

When the police arrived some monks were standing giving people a blessing while the officers approached them. The officers started their inspection in front of Chaimongkhol market, south Pattaya. They found 5 monks asking for alms, so the officers invited them to Chaimongkhol temple. They then inspected the Rom Pho Jomtien market and found 3 monks asking for alms so the police asked them to get into the police car. They then went to Mae La Or market, central Pattaya, and found local people were offering food to 3 monks so the officers invited all monks to get into the police’s car. Next they went to inspect at Phothisarn market in Soi Phothisarn and found another 4 monks so they were asked to go with the police too.

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The officers took all 15 monks to inspect their monk certificates at Chaimongkhol, south Pattaya but 1 monk had escaped. Later, the officers coordinated with the police of Pattaya police station to inspect all 14 monks’ urine but they didn’t find any drug use.

The officers recorded their behaviour for evidence then invited monk Panyarattanaporn (the Ecclesiastical Commune-Chief of Tambon Na Kluea and the abbot of Chaimongkhol temple, south Pattaya) to talk to the 14 monks about their inappropriate behaviour before sending them back to their temples in order to let their abbots talk and instruct them again or get them to leave the monkhood at the abbots’ discretion.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Community News

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