Thursday, May 10, 2018

Hello Kitty Shaming

Hello Kitty armbands to shame misbehaving Thai police
In 2007, Royal Thai police officers who engaged in minor transgressions such as tardy attendance, littering, or parking in the wrong area would be punished by wearing a bright pink, Hello Kitty armband.    
Hello Kitty Commando games including full pink camo and pink air gun. Hello Kitty Shaming. marchmatron.com

Per the Thai Police Colonel, "This is to help build discipline." "Guilty officers will be made to wear the armbands in the office for a few days, with instructions not to disclose their offenses. Let people guess what they have done."
A happy male participant at the Hello Kitty Run in Bangkok 2016
A happy male participant at the Hello Kitty Run in Bangkok, 2016
If the shaming aspect wasn't clear, the acting chief of the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok added, "This new twist is expected to make them feel guilt and shame and prevent them from repeating the offense, no matter how minor. Hello Kitty is a cute icon for young girlsIt’s not something macho police officers want covering their biceps."
Hello Kitty Commando games full pink camo and pink air gun guy found a friend. Hello Kitty Shaming. marchmatron.com
Unfortunately, no update is available and it is unclear if the Hello Kitty shaming was implemented or so fantastically effective the threat of shaming was adequate to prevent infractions. 
Hello Kitty Overload Photo by Miles Egan Jonker Walk Melaka.
Hello Kitty overload at Jonker Walk Melaka
Photo by Miles Egan 


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