THAI crew warned over 'selfies'

THAI crew warned over 'selfies'

In the wake of selfies being posted online by Thai Airways flight attendants with Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroonruangkit, the national airline's president, Sumeth Damrongchaitham, has reminded staff about being politically impartial.

Mr Sumeth cautioned staff in a video clip distributed on the national airline's internal network on Wednesday.

"Our company is a state enterprise. We are an organisation that is neutral in all matters. The staff of Thai Airways International represents the organisation. Whenever you are in uniform, display our logo or are in our places, please keep in mind that all your actions represent the organisation," Mr Sumeth said.

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