Thai National Park Additional Reporting Program Rules of the Jungle in Korea

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 Thai National Park Additional Reporting Program Rules of the Jungle in Korea


Netease Entertainment reported on July 10 that Thailand National Park yesterday made an additional report on the illegal fishing and protection of animal Kushi inkstone by the Rules of the Jungle program group in Thailand.

According to Thai media reports, Thai National Park officials and Thai Tourism Bureau officials went to the local police station yesterday to report the Rules of the Jungle crew, accusing the Rules of the Jungle of failing to comply with the relevant provisions of the shooting license when filming. Thailands National Park said that the Rules of the Jungle program was rejected for filming licences for the first time, and was granted a filming licence only after the second guarantee that it would not hunt. The program advocated that it was a complete lie to make a mistake because it was not familiar with local laws. Speech.

Thai law stipulates that the hunting of Kus inkstones will be sentenced to a fine of 20,000 baht or a fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years, and may also face a fine and a fixed-term imprisonment. Thai authorities have reported to the police on suspicion of violating wildlife protection laws and other criminal reports on the Rules of the Jungle program to capture Li Liyin of Kus inkstones inkstones. Thai authorities said that even if Li Liyin had left Thailand, the South Korean government would be required to extradite Li Liyin to Thailand under the extradition treaty between Thailand and South Korea.

Source: NetEase Entertainment Responsible Editor: Li Si_NBJ11322