Park in Thailand Mails RUBBISH Back to Littering Tourists

Park in Thailand Mails RUBBISH Back to Littering Tourists

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A national park in Thailand is sending back rubbish to the tourists who inappropriately disposed it.

According to media company NDTV, tourists love the popular Khao Yai National Park near Bangkok for its diverse wildlife and lush forests.

However, some of them have been leaving behind empty bottles, cans and food packaging.

To address this problem, the country’s minister of natural resources and environment Varawut Silpa-archa announced a bold move.

Silpa-archa said they will pack any rubbish left behind then post it back to the litterbugs.

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In addition, he noted that authorities will register the offenders with the Thai police.

The minister shared photos of ready-to-ship rubbish collected in boxes and as warning, along with a note that reads, “You forgot these things at Khao Yai National Park”. 

As for the process, park officials obtain the addresses of tourists upon visitation. They will use the information to track the offenders down and ship them any rubbish they leave behind.

Khao Yai, which covers an area of over 2,000 square kilometers, was established as Thailand’s first national park in 1962.

Its rich wildlife includes bears, elephants, jackals and civets.

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