Wan Yubamrung, a son of wellknown politician Chalerm Yubamrung, on Wednesday apologized Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha and the National Council for Peace and Order over his harsh criticism against them in the social media.
Wan went to see Lt-Gen Apirat Kongsompong, commander of the First Army Region at the latter's office with a lei as a gesture of apology at about 2 pm on Wednesday before proceeding to the public service centre at the Government House where he presented another lei to apologize the prime minister and the NCPO.
The lei was received by Mr Sompart Nilapan, deputy permanent secretary of PM's Office on behalf of the prime minister .
After that, Wan told the media that he posted his harsh comment against the prime minister and the NCPO in his Facebook page on May 30 out of his temper but when he calmed down, he realized his own improper conduct and erased the post.
He said that he was a man and when he did something wrong, he was ready to admit it and to apologize to those whom he criticized.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)