An image of a young girl from China urinating in front of the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall in Bangkok was posted online to the collective finger-wagging of Thai netizens, who are once again calling out Chinese tourists for their “lack of etiquette”.
“This is what happens when there are so many unlicensed Chinese guides here,” wrote Facebook user Tiger Foung, who posted the photo on June 7. “They are so negligent. A Chinese tourist let one’s daughter pee in front of the lawn of the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall.”
Foung went on to say that Thai people were ‘disgusted with the Chinese people who are rowdy, have no manners, spit and defecate anywhere they want,’ according to a translation by the Bangkok Post.
Urging this photo to be shared worldwide, he further added that “In the end, we’ll end up having just low-quality Chinese tourists. We have to share this to world, so they know how bad the Chinese tourists are.”
Some users from social media say Foung’s post is biased, while a Chinese user chimed in that “If you have to pee then go someplace no one can see.”
This is only one of many complaints from Thai people about the behavior of Chinese tourists, who previously came under fire for washing their feet in public sinks, drying their unmentionables at the airport, stealing pedicabs and knocking down barricades.
[Image via Bangkok Post]
By Sharon Choi