Warning for young Thais over porn clips

Warning for young Thais over porn clips

The Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau has warned young Thais not to produce sexual content and share it via online platforms for commercial purposes as it is illegal.

The statement was released yesterday after police arrested a young couple, Suthanya "Kainao" Nakornjinda, 19 and Korakot Sarirat, 20, who shared their sexual exploits via the OnlyFans website, a content-sharing platform based in London.

Pol Lt Gen Kornchai Klayklueng, commissioner of Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau, said the couple were arrested at a hotel in Samut Prakan's Bang Phli district late on Monday night.

They admitted to producing pornographic content and uploading such m aterial onto a computer network since June.

The young couple said they had earned about 500,000 baht from producing the content.

However, the couple denied the charge of making obscene video content for the public to access as they insisted they produced their material only for paid members of OnlyFans.

The couple was granted bail yesterday at 100,000 baht each after they pledged not to continue producing such content.

The arrest of the couple made #NongKhaiNao among the top trending Twitter hashtags that was tweeted by more than 300,000 people.

People have condemned police for making a big deal out of sexual content while there are more serious crimes in the country.

Some said the couple did not harm anyone and that the content was for paying subscribers.

Tanawat Wongchai, one of the anti-regime activists, tweeted that the police had made a big drama about the matter.

"How do Thai people benefit from this?" he asked in a tweet.

Another person questioned why it was wrong to film sex for a certain group of people. Some voiced their opinion that it was her body so it was her choice.

One person wondered why police were so serious about catching the clip maker for OnlyFans, but didn't try to catch criminals in rape cases.

In another case, police have arrested Nitchamon Charoenthitiyotkul, 30, an accomplice of fraudster Thidawan Boonkla, at a hotel on Asok Road after she fled from her condominium in Bang Na district. The two women are allegedly involved in an illegal Ponzi scheme.

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