Pattaya Daily News

17 June 2015 :: 08:06:10 am 103643

Seafood Sprayed With Insecticide Update

Pattaya officials have inspected the seafood vendor who was videoed spraying what was said to be insecticide on her seafood.
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PATTAYA – Recently [PattayaDailynews]; According to the case that net surfers had shared a clip video showing a seafood street vendor spraying her food with what was to believed to have been insecticide. Reporters then went to inspect “Paul Thai Food” and they asked for the clarification from Mrs.Sompong Yaha aged 44 about the matter.


On 16th June, Mrs.Buppha Songsakulchai-director of Pattaya public health and officers went to inspect the shop where they found the spray which was the same as in the video. It was found to be Canola oil not insecticide.


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Upon testing the spray the officers found out that it reduced the fishy smell and is harmless to humans. It’s expected that the video was a misunderstanding and the officers also intended to control the quality of food being sold by street vendors.


In addition the Chonburi office of heath public guaranteed that the food that is sprayed with this oil is safe to eat.


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Reporters also added that Ms.Nurasmira Mano aged 23 who spread the video via social media notified the police officers because she was afraid that she might be harmed by the disputant because her shop was next to the disputants shop. Plus, she still insisted that Mrs Sompong use insecticide on her food so she recorded it for evidence.

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Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Community News

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