MEA says electrical wires seen in Crowe tweet are not theirs

While โซล่าเซลล์คุณภาพดี whereas filming his new movie in Thailand triggered a stir on Thai social media, successful praise from PM Prayut Chan-o-cha and Phuket Sandbox authorities, one group was not almost as enthused about his posts. The Metropolitan Electric Authority in Bangkok released a statement defending itself after Crowe posted a photo captioned “Bangkok Dreaming” that depicted Thailand’s infamous jumble of sparking electrical wiring.
The publish had garnered tons of responses and retweets with the hashtag “Welcome To Bangkok” trending, though many supposed the greeting to be backhanded. The image was used to simultaneously welcome the actor while delivering barbs to the poorly managed electrical grid and infrastructure of Thailand.
The MEA in Bangkok were not amused. They posted a response to the tweet and especially the negative comments by Thai individuals. In their rebuttal, they claim that the tangle of cables seen in Crowe’s tweet was not beneath the authority of the MEA.
They say that the wires are, in reality, not even electrical or energy cables. They didn’t clarify what the wires had been for or who’s answerable for them. The statement vowed that the MEA takes security very significantly and that any points or issues with electrical wires or energy cables ought to be dealt with by promptly contacting the MEA directly..

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