Thailand’s boozy New Year celebrations kicked off today with sick youths targeting passers-by with bags filled with URINE.
The annual Songrkran three-day long festival traditionally involves locals and tourists soaking each other with water.
This year the country’s military junta urged the country to tone down celebrations while they are still mourning their late king Bhumibol Adulyadej who died last October aged 88.
But sick youths have now sparked fresh controversy after last night launching water bombs filled with urine, fish oil, motor oil, waste water and rotten eggs in Chonburi province.
Police launched an investigation to find those responsible while the British Embassy repeated warnings to act responsibly.
Police Col. Somchoke Taphol said: ”We’re trying to find the group involved right now. They’re not really a gang.
”Social media users, help us find them. Why don’t you help us out, so society can improve?”