The actress and about 100 other people who bought the poison from a factory located in Bangkok’s Lat Krabang area were given summonses by police on Friday.
According to reports, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn’s cyanide came from the same batch as his.
In a recent interview, the actress said that she had purchased a single vial of cyanide online to kill monitor lizards in a canal close to her home out of concern that they would hurt her dogs. According to the actress, she has not yet used the cyanide.Surachate claimed that there was no proof the actress had broken any laws. He continued by saying that although the quantity of cyanide she had purchased was tiny, officials were compelled by law to inquire as to why she had made the purchase and where it had come from.
Cyanide is a type 3 dangerous material, according to him, and is under the Department of Industrial Works’ supervision. To import the chemical or to have it in your hands, you need a permit.
According to Surachate, the police will work with the department to inspect all chemical importers and manufacturers to make sure they all have permissions and only use the product as intended.
He stated that police are trying to take action against importers who sell the dangerous chemical to others without a permission.