Thai males deny sexual harassment charges against Taiwanese YouTuber

Two Thai males denied sexual harassment accusations after a photo and video emerged of them hugging and inappropriately touching Taiwanese YouTuber Ar Yuan (一隻阿圓).
The Two Thai men had been condemned by Thai and Taiwanese netizens after they had been spotted in the picture and video that they touched the Taiwanese YouTuber, Ar Yuan, without her consent.
One man was seen hugging Ar Yuan without her permission while taking an image, while the opposite was spotted within the video touching her improperly close to her chest. The YouTuber also acknowledged on her Instagram account that she was very scared by their actions.
Responding to complaints on social media, officers from Pak Khlong San Police Station summoned one of many Thai males, recognized as 50 year old Auan, for questioning on the sexual harassment accusation yesterday at 11pm.
Auan explained that the incident happened at noon on February 12 at a pier in Soi Charoen Krung 32 in the Bang Rak district of Bangkok. He asked to take an image with Ar Yuan when she and her male good friend came to the pier but didn’t have any intention to harass her.
Auan said…
“I did hug her but did not mean to harass her. She didn’t show any discomfort or unfavourable emotions at the time. I am willing to apologize if I made her feel dangerous.”
As Ar Yuan didn’t file a complaint with the Thai police, the officers did not file any prosecution towards Auan. However, they have acknowledged that they’ll contact Ar Yuan to ask if she desires to prosecute Auan or not.
Elementary who touched Ar Yuan close to her chest was not summoned by the cops.
ORIGINAL STORY: Thai males condemned for inappropriately touching Taiwanese YouTuber
Thai and Taiwanese netizens condemned two Thai males for inappropriately touching a Taiwanese YouTuber, Ar Yuan, whereas she was travelling in Bangkok.
The Taiwanese YouTuber, Ar Yuan ( 一隻阿圓) runs a YouTube channel known as I am CIRCLE (一隻阿圓) which promotes journey and way of life movies and attracts over 762,000 subscribers to her channel. According to the Taiwanese information company, ETtoday, Ar Yuan travelled to Bangkok in the course of February and shared her experience in a video that was revealed three days in the past.
In the video, Ar Yuan can be seen wanting uncomfortable as a Thai man, who works as a pier workers, tried to hold her hand. She later expressed her discomfort with the audience saying…
“Why do they at all times want to touch me?”
As she tried to board a long-tail boat, the same member of workers appeared by her side once more but too close to her chest, prompting Ar Yuan to say “Ok, Ok,” in an try and make him stop.
The YouTuber also posted a picture on her Instagram account, where she can be seen with a Thai man who asked to take a photograph with her. He hugged her without consent. She expressed her fear within the caption saying…
“This man came to me and requested to take an image with me. I was actually scared as a outcome of he hugged me!” See the image right here.
Ar Yuan’s fans commented on her image and video expressing their concern in regards to the behaviour of the 2 Thai males. Thai fans apologized on behalf of their fellow countrymen. They commented…
“I’m from Thailand. I write this remark to say sorry in regards to the bad males that don’t make you feel good.”
“Thank you for coming to Thailand. As a Thai particular person, female travellers must be careful even when Thailand is pleasant to tourists. Hope you get pleasure from your journey. Be cautious too!”
“I experienced the same factor. The Thai man tried to assist me, however I assume it was sexual harassment!”
Ar Yuan later knowledgeable her fans that she was accompanied by her cameraman when the incidents occurred and thanked her followers and the Thai folks for his or her concerns. Despite these unlucky events, she stated that she had a good time in Thailand.
This incident drew comparisons to the case of Taiwanese actress An Yu-Qing, also referred to as Charlene An, who was extorted by Thai law enforcement officials for 27,000 baht. Many mentioned these incidents wreck the picture of Thai tourism..

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