Pattaya Police run charity kitchen for the needy with Police Chief as the head chef

The Pattaya City Police led by Colonel Khemmarin Pissamai became chefs after a charity kitchen opened for the needy yesterday in front of the Pattaya Police station.

The nation wide project from the Royal Thai Police creativity called ‘Get Free Food from the Royal Thai Police’ is designed for local residents who are unemployed or furloughed due to the current Covid19 situation.

For the Pattaya City Police Station, the event was even more special as several police did the cooking for the needy by themselves.

Police Chief Col Khemmarin personally cooked and had positive reviews from patrons. (In the red chef hat)

A video of the event we took can be found here:

They have provided proper physical distancing, hygiene standards and a queue system for diners, all who ate free.

Private sectors have also donated ingredients to the Pattaya City Police kitchen to cook for the needy.

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