A few hours outside Bangkok is a restaurant serving pizza, krapao, and mango sticky rice with weed.
Someone almost lost a finger for your lamb chops.
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The puzzling, ugly design would be fine—had an actual plane not crashed into an ice cream shop a block away, killing 22 people and injuring 28.
Prohibited items of clothing included baggy clothing, "athletic attire," "jerseys except on game days for Baltimore teams," and work boots.
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"I’ve been the subject of an abusive witch hunt by a not-for-profit organisation who are anti-abuse," the owner wrote on Facebook.
When the manager told them that dogs weren’t allowed, the pair claimed to be FBI agents.