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Red shirt Lung Yim reports in

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Pruek Prueksunan, a red-shirt activist better known as "Lung Yim Tasawang", did not go quietly as he reported to a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) summons yesterday. 

Pruek Prueksunan, a red-shirt activist better known as Lung Yim Tasawang, arrives to report to the National Council for Peace and Order with a suitcase at the Army Auditorium in Thewes, Bangkok.

Wearing a pink shirt, he gave journalists a three-finger anti-coup salute before entering the army's auditorium in Bangkok's Thewet area yesterday morning. The gesture has become a symbol of the anti-coup movement.

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