Thailand is demanding that Facebook remove footage of their heavily-tattooed king wearing a crop top and strolling around a shopping center.
The embarrassing clip of King Maha Vajiralongkorn walking around a mall alongside a woman has gone viral.
This prompted Thai authorities to threaten the social networking site with lawsuits if the video will not be removed.
The video, which was allegedly filmed in Munich, Germany last July, has been geo-blocked by Facebook, but Bangkok says 131 pages containing the “illicit” video are still accessible.
Takorn Tantasith, secretary-general of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, said that Thai authorities will immediately discuss its legal steps against Facebook Thailand if the clip is still available at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.
Insulting the Thai monarchy is a crime and punishable by up to 15 years in prison under the country’s strict lese-majeste laws.
100% Fed Up reports:
Offended snowflakes on college campuses across America need to read this story. The left’s desire to restrict freedom of speech in the United States has reached a fever pitch. Liberal students are on the front lines of censorship, using violence and threats of alienation against anyone who holds a view that is in opposition to theirs. For the most part, academia on college campuses are backing up the students and encouraging them to continue with the “resistance”. This story serves as a brutal example of the slippery slope our nation is on right now, as the left attempts to force group think, while restricting original thought in almost every area of our lives.