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PHUKET: A shambolic faux monk just lately attracted the suspicions of local people in Nakhon Ratchasima Province – and the eye of the police – by attempting to collect alms within the afternoon.
Villagers referred to as officers at Phimai Police Station to analyze a man who claimed to be a monk, but was improperly dressed, accumulating alms late and generally even asking for money as an alternative of food.
At Phimai Irrigation Reservoir, police discovered the scruffy determine of Sawaeng Prasertnu, 36.
Mr Sawaeng was carrying a monk’s internal garment and trousers – each utterly different shades of brown – but had not wrapped himself in an outer gown, as Thai monks are required to do.
Lt Phonphawi Sutsawaeng, deputy inspector of Phimai Police Station, searched the errant clergyman, however failed to search out any proof that he had been ordained.
Mr Sawaeng advised the officer he had been a monk for one 12 months already at a temple in Nakhon Phanom Province.
However, he advised Lt Phonphawi that he couldn’t remember the name of the monk he was finding out beneath.
He mentioned he was travelling across the nation as a result of he didn’t like staying on the temple, preferring to move from place to place on his own.
The solely problem was that sometimes he couldn’t find a place in the shade to relaxation, he stated.
Local villagers all told Lt Phonphawi the same thing: that the supposed monk showed as a lot as collect alms within the late morning or even as late as 2-3pm.
Monks in Thailand usually gather alms within the early morning and don’t eat after noon.
Sometimes Mr Sawaeng would even ask for cash, saying that he did so as a outcome of he was not allowed to accept meals in the afternoon.
Officers tried to take Mr Sawaeng to a local temple to have the abbot verify whether or not he was really a monk, but he refused to get into the police car.
Fast needed to grab him by his legs and pull him into the vehicle.
But once they obtained to the temple, the abbot was busy with a ceremony, so they might not confirm if Mr Sawaeng was a real monk.
They settled for one more solution: they drove him out of Phimai District and told him he would be arrested if he ever returned..