AoT promises to get tough with rogue taxis and guides

AoT promises to get tough with rogue taxis and guides - Bangkok Post, July 31, 2010
...The state-controlled airport operator said it would pursue legal proceedings against culprits found to have committed the same offence for a second time. They will be charged with trespassing on AoT property which carries a maximum penalty of one year in jail and/or a fine up to 2,000 baht.
For the year to date, police have imposed fines of 500 to 1,000 baht in cases involving 5,454 taxi drivers and 9,142 tour guides operating illegally at the airport. The fines are so small that they are no deterrent at all and simply considered a cost of doing business...

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