Chinese tourists continue to attract criticism for a distinct lack of etiquette abroad, this time for washing their feet and shoes in public toilet sinks on Phi Phi island, Thailand.
Thai media have chastised the culprits for their “inappropriate” conduct, with Chinese media outlet NetEase publishing images capturing the crude act.
This is not the first time there has been an outcry over the boorish behavior of Chinese tourists in Thailand. Notably, a Chinese man was questioned by police after a drunken joyride in a stolen pedicab, and a group of Chinese tourists were busted pushing over barricades at the Grand Palace in Bangkok by security footage.
Given the recent spate of Chinese travelers abusing the amenities at tourist sites in Thailand, Thai officials may wish to reconsider their decision not to introduce separated toilets to accommodate the unruliness of Chinese tourists.