Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Bangkok 7-Eleven Draft Beer Machines Legal Now..

Pattaya One News reports that the new Leo beer dispensing machines that have appeared in Bangkok 7-eleven stores have been cleared officially legal by the authorities, after a white cloth was placed over the machine hiding the Leo branding. And at just 49 Baht for a cup of the draft brew, it’s a tasty bargain.
While most commenters obviously dig the awesome machine, the Office of Alcohol Committee traveled to the convenience store yesterday after receiving “complaints” from people that questioned whether or not it was legal, Manager reported.
When they arrived, it was found that 7-Eleven had the beer machine covered with a big white cloth that hid beer logo, meaning they are not in breach on Thailand’s Alcohol Control Act, which prohibits “advertising or displaying names or trademarks of alcoholic beverage deemed to induce people to drink it.”
So thanks to that big white cloth, we can still have the Leo machine at 7-Eleven.
For those still wondering if the machine might be violating the Alcohol Control Act, which bans selling beer through a “vending machine,” the answer is no — thanks to a loophole.
According to Atsadang Ruaiarjin, a public health spokesman, the machine is in the clear because a) it is operated by a store employee, and b) customers still have to pay at the cashier (where employees can check IDs).

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