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Photos of extreme hazing at a Thai university

by Pierre To
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Hazing in Thailand

The anti-sotus association has posted shocking photos on its Facebook page of students being humiliated during a hazing incident at a Bangkok university.

Initiatory rites, "rub nongThe "hazing" in Thai is a common practice at university commencement in Thailand, but images of a hazing at Ram Langsuan fraternity at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok shocked the internet users.

Personally, I was not shocked by this.

Photos of the hazing show students being forced to :

Being trampled on while lying in the mud

Rite of initiation in ThailandSome people pay for this in the SPA!

Brush your teeth with chilli paste

Tooth brushing with chilli Hazing in ThailandEasy for a Thai!

Kissing someone of the same sex

initiation rite in Thailand Students forced to kissThis is hard, quickly bring me the toothbrush with the chilli paste!

Holding oneself in uncomfortable positions

Newbie in BangkokNo harder than a yoga session.

Getting shunted into a bin

Hazing, trash ride

No problem, they are already filthy.

Eating weird stuff, very spicy

Pledge, spicy dishThey don't specify what exactly is in it, but it's not very appetizing, but it looks like there's a lot of chilli powder in it!

More photos of the hazing

Newbie ThailandNewbie in BangkokStudents during a hazing incident in Thailand

The president of the brotherhood, Pathiparn Meepian, explained that the students participate in the activities on their own, that it was a game.

The university announced that it would investigate these rites following the numerous reactions on social networks, the phrase that is used to reassure everyone and to lower the pressure in this kind of case...

If in general these initiations take place in a good atmosphere, without any problem and leave in the end a good memory to the participants, it is true that it is necessary to keep an eye on it to prevent excesses, because there are sometimes accidents.

Photos: Facebook page of the Anti-sotus association

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