Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha Sprays Sanitiser On Journalists To Avoid Answering Questions
Recently, when news reports attending a press conference questioned Prayut Chan-o-cha on matters he did not want to answer, he chose to simply spray them with sanitiser instead of answering anything.
It is no secret how the Prime Minister of Thailand has displayed troubled behaviour towards media reporters in the past. And Prayut Chan-o-cha, Thailand’s PM, has done it all over again. Recently, during a press conference with lots of journalists, Prayut Chan-o-cha began spraying sanitiser at them when presented with some risky questions.
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Prayut Chan-o-cha, the PM of Thailand and a retired Royal Thai Army general officer, who also serves as the Minister of Defence of the country now, reacted very oddly to the questions that were shot at him at a press conference held recently. When asked a few relatively challenging questions, and failing to answer them properly, the politician took a route of rather rudeness towards the media reporters present at the event. He began inconsiderably spraying sanitiser on them instead.
When the journalists questioned him about the possible and potential changes in the cabinet, he misbehaved with them all. Unhappy with the challenging questions thrown at him by the news reporters attending the press conference, Prayut Chan-o-cha simply opted to unstoppably spray sanitiser on them from a bottle he was carrying. By doing this, not only did he avoid answering the questions about the cabinet, but he also created a huge scene at the event by bringing it to a halt. He also proceeded to instruct the reporters to pay more attention to their own work instead of poking their nose in other matters. Before any of the reporters could realise what he was doing, he began spraying at them.
It was evident that he was trying to dodge the questions and losing his temper meanwhile. Although everything was going according to plan and nothing was wrong, suddenly covering his face with a mask the politician left the mic on the stage and rudely sprayed sanitiser all over the journalists. This was not the first time that the politician had acted this way, and his misbehaviour has seen the light of the day in the past as well.