Thai PM sprays media with sanitiser to avoid questions on cabinet reshuffle

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Thai PM sprays media with sanitiser to avoid questions on cabinet reshuffle” – below is their description.

    Thailand’s prime minister responded to questions about a potential cabinet reshuffle by spraying journalists with hand sanitiser.

    Prayuth Chan-ocha faced the media after three former ministers were stripped of cabinet posts last month.

    As shown in the video above, journalists are seen trying to shield their faces as the prime minister sprays them. 

    The prime minister continues to spray members of the media as he walks away.

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