Cape Town - Thailand officials are to create and release a two-minute animated video in Chinese in a bid to discourage tourists from stripping bare in inappropriate places, like the airport, for example, when on holiday.
This comes after a Chinese women was caught on camera standing bare in front of a sink in the bathrooms of Don Mueang international airport in Bangkok in Thailand.
In Thai custom, it is considered rude for one to strip in front of another person.
Thailand is already preparing a tourism manual specifically for its Chinese visitors, which will point out various etiquette and social ethics to which they should adhere.
See: Thailand prepares tourism manuals for Chinese visitors
After the image of the topless Chinese women in the common area of the bathrooms went viral on social media, public outcry grew with the number of shares the images received on social media.
Although the nation has a reputation for vibrant red light areas, public nudity is strictly forbidden in Thailand and even taking one's clothes off in the relative privacy of the ladies is apparently considered by locals to be offensive, reports Daily Mail
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