Tens of thousands farewell ‘Por’

A outrageous mob of people mob Wat Klang in Buri Ram’s Muang district on Sunday as they attend a stately cremation of a late actor Tridsadee “Por” Sahawong. (Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasill)

Tens of thousands of mourners, fans and kin bid a final farewell to renouned actor and purpose indication Tridsadee “Por” Sahawong during a stately cremation in Buri Ram on Sunday.

Wat Klang in Muang district was packaged with masses of black-clad mourners from all walks of life and many provinces, including actors and actresses, watchful to place dok mai chan (paper flowers) during dual designated areas outward a sermon section during a crematorium, where Por’s physique lay in a coffin.  

A brief sermon to broach a stately ignition fire bestowed as a special box by His Majesty a King for use in a cremation began during 3.30pm. Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali also courteously postulated pa trai (monk’s robes to be given for consequence making) and dok mai chan to a passed actor.  

After a stately procedures, tens of thousands shaped a line that was several kilometres prolonged during a church to lay floral tributes and bid farewell to a much-loved actor who was 37 when he died. 

Mourners were asked by an announcer to leave a church belligerent after they laid a dok mai chan. Only Por’s family members, relatives, photographers hired by a host, and some certified people were authorised to stay on during a crematorium when a tangible cremation took place during 6pm. A shade was put adult around a actor’s box to safeguard remoteness when family members took turns to bid an romantic farewell to Por.

The Thai open took to a amicable media on Tuesday to rebuke disrespectful and unsuited behaviour by TV cameramen, reporters and fans seen badgering family members as they pulpy to get a perspective of a actor’s physique withdrawal Ramathibodi Hospital for his hometown in Buri Ram. 

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Mourners place floral tributes to bid final farewell to Por. (Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasill)

Por, whose frank celebrity and amicable gift works were praised by a public, besides his shade work, died on Monday after a 70-day conflict during Ramathibodi sanatorium with dengue fever.

Por’s wife, Vanda, told Channel 3’s Ruang Lao Chao Nee on Sunday morning that she believed her father attempted to quarrel a illness with problem for 70 days in sequence to buy time for her and their dual year-old daughter Mali so that they could prepared for his loss.

“On a day we told Por that we was prepared to face it, after that he run-down and went peacefully,” Ms Vanda said. “He told me he desired me and wanted me to be means to pierce on.”

Twenty donation houses were set adult by Buddhists and admirers to feed a mourners, while 800 military and confidence volunteers were benefaction to say order, approach trade and yield franchised vans between a designated parking areas and a temple. 

Sukon Meechareon, 67, a Surin Native, pronounced she and her father Sakhon Meeyam, 78, travellled by train from their home to attend a chanting sermon on Saturday and Sunday’s service. 

“I dignified him and followed his behaving given a early days of his career. we feel sad. It is a empathize that he has left us during such a immature age”. 

Por’s wife, Vanda, and their two-year-old daughter in a way to pierce a renouned actor’s physique from a pavilion to a crematorium. (Post Today photo)

Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasill

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