Will collect Thai national park, leaving visitors behind


Litter goes a long way.

The litter bugs that arrive in Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park have been warned – what you leave behind is coming back to you in the form of a bag containing garbage.

Haew Narok Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand is a popular venue for guests.

Haew Narok Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand is a popular venue for guests.
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The New York Post reported that even returning items to the park would be banned from returning to the park, registering with police and facing five years in prison or a fine for litter in a national park.

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Thailand’s Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Varvut Silpa-Archa, wrote on Facebook that any waste or material left that could harm the park or its wildlife, was abandoned and would be sent to the guest.

He wrote, “I will take all your trash.” “Post back… as a home souvenir.”

Park guests, known for their elephants, monkeys and other wildlife, must register with their home address as part of the policy, the Post reported.

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