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Army officer apologises for private's obscene behaviour

An Army supervisor apologised to a Channel 9 reporter and members of the crew yesterday on behalf of an Army private, who displayed obscene behiavour at their dressing room on Wednesday morning.

Lt-Colonel Theerapong Chutinan, of the 1st Infantry Regiment in the King's Royal Guard, presented a fruit basket in apology to the group and reported the case to his supervisors.

A hunt is on for the private in question, who was initially identified as a Surin native.


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