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Prayut Chan-ocha said there was no need for increased security for him following an unexpected incident at the Government House when a woman managed to skip through his security cordon and get close to him to shout for his help.
The woman who was later identified as Ms Jemjuree Chueyparad, 27, from Surat Thani. She claimed that someone had managed to control her mind using radio frequency and she would like the prime minister to help her because her earlier pleas for help had been ignored.
At the time, the prime minister was inspecting an exhibition to promote external learning at the Government House. The woman’s shouts surprised him and he enquired what was happening. However, he told police and security guards not to hurt the woman.
Ms Jemjuree was later escorted by Special Branch police to the Nareesamosorn building in the Government House for talks.
Later on prior to the cabinet meeting, the prime minister summoned Pol Lt-Gen Chitti Rodbangyang, chief of the police at the Government House for an update report on the woman. He asked the police to enquire what she has wanted and not to question her like a suspect because she has done nothing wrong.
The woman later told reporters that her mind had been affected by radio frequency from someone who wanted to control her mind.