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Police have served a warrant on a Pattaya singer who repeatedly used copyrighted material.

Pattaya singer in hot water for singing copyrighted song about a security guard | News by Samui TimesNoppasin Saengsuwan – better know as Num Kala, 36 – had been singing the song “Yam” in Walking Street and other concert venues.

He was repeatedly warned not to until summonses were issued then a warrant for his arrest that was presented to the Grammy Head office in Asoke, Bangkok on Sunday.

Yesterday Num Kala, along with his lawyer, gave himself up to Pattaya station chief Apichai Krobpetch.

He said he had only received one summons and was discussing what to do about the matter. He had 100,000 baht with him if he needed that for bail.

Pol Col Apichai said that the matter could still be resolved without recourse to the courts.

But if no agreement was made on the matter then the singer would have to be bailed in the normal manner.

He faces four charges of using copyrighted material.

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