Phonchanok Srisunaklua, A Thai Blogger Arrested for Eating Bat on Camera

A Thai Blogger Phonchanok Srisunaklua arrested for eating a bat on camera, this is way nasty and disgusting to even think. Let us take a look at this article to get some more insights.


Who is Phonchanok Srisunaklua?

Phonchanok Srisunaklua is a Thai Blogger who is recently in very major news, well the blogger is not in news for some good or proud activity that she committed, she is in news for a very nasty and disgusting thing that she committed.

Recently she uploaded a video on her social media handle eating bats on camera, which not only shocked the online community but also the animal association and the doctors as well.

It is terrible to even consider the idea that she might not have taken into account the recent epidemic we went through.

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A Thai Blogger Arrested for Eating Bat on Camera


Yes, a Thai blogger named Phonchanok Srisunaklua recently posted a 1-minute, 40-second video clip to her YouTube channel.

On her channel, she ate the dead animal seen floating in a multi-coloured soup with cherry tomatoes mixed with it.

In the video, she is tearing the creatures apart and then dipping them in a spicy sauce known as Nim Jam. She even characterised the bat as wonderful while eating it and compared it to eating raw meat.

At one point, she even holds the bat and showcases the teeth to her audience.

Therefore this nasty act was only enough when the YouTuber and the Blogg writer arrested for violating the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act.

Moreover, apart from that she now even faces up to five years in prison or a 5,00,000 bht fine for violating the laws and hurting the protected animal.

What are social media users and audiences saying about it?

Well, social media users are in total shock. Many users are commenting on the video and showcasing their complaints and reactions to the nasty video of the Thai woman.


Therefore one user on social media said  ‘If you’re going to die, die alone. No one will blame you. But you’ll be damned if you start a pandemic.’

Not only users the head of the wildlife health management group at the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Veterinarian Pattaraphon Manee-on even stated that he went in complete shock after seeing the video.

Moreover, he even stated:

“Because the incident should not happen both in Thailand and around the world, it is very risky behaviour, especially as bats have a lot of pathogens.

“There is no proof that the hot water temperature will actually kill the germs. Just touching the saliva, blood, and the skin is considered a risk.


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