Complaints online about homosexual men having sex in Lumpini Park has prompted the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration is keep a closer watch on all 37 public parks in the capital.
The complaint on Twitter about gay sex at 360-rai Lumpini Park was widely re-tweeted.
“I have already ordered an increase in officials patrolling the parks,” Deputy Governor Chakrabhand Phiew-ngarm said on Sunday.
He said the parks were also fitted with security cameras and more lighting.
Chakrabhand said sex in public places was illegal and police would arrest offenders.