Louis Vuitton parent company LVMH fined 8 million Euros in Hermes case
The farm is registered with CITES and open to tourists who want to learn more about the crocodile industry in the Philippines. Mr Mercado said the farm is also into conservation of the crocs for ecological balance. Philippine waters have a large number of the saltwater crocodile. In 2011, the world’s largest crocodile, later named Lolong, was captured in the province of Agusan del Sur. However, Lolong died in early 2013 while in captivity.
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Accused: Pu Nenkham, who is abbot of the Khantitham Forest Monastery in north eastern Thailand, is allegedly married to a woman called Yupinpraethong Janthawa Under suspicion: He has also been accused of being a fake, and wearing the religious robes despite not being entitled to do so – a criminal offence in Thailand Thailand has attempted to help Buddha’s 2,600-year-old doctrine stand the test of time through a variety of means, including imposing a ban on the sale of alcohol on religious holidays. The efforts, however, are sometimes tainted by the monks themselves. Last year, about 300 out of 61,416 Buddhist monks and novices in Thailand were reprimanded – in several cases removed from the monkhood – because of their misconduct, ranging from alcohol consumption, having sex with women, to extortion. The office also received complaints about monks driving cars, and scams and false claims of black magic uses by monks. Mr Nopparat has said the monks in the video were acting ‘inappropriately, not composed and not adhering to Buddha’s teachings of simplicity and self-restraint’. Monruedee Bantoengsuk, an administrative officer at Khantitham Temple in Sisaket province, confirmed that the monks on the private plane lived at the temple but refused to give details about the trip. The images from the video contrasted with the abbot’s message on the temple’s homepage that read: ‘The true core of those who preach Buddha’s teachings is to not to own any objects at all’. Mr Nopparat said: ‘When Lord Buddha was alive, there wasn’t anything like this.
Flying ‘Buddhist monk’ pictured in a private jet and carrying a Louis Vuitton bag is exposed as a fake who is married
After much name calling, accusation throwing and general slinging of verbal mud, French regulatory board AMF condemned LVMH for ‘failing to follow market rules’, when it discretely accumulated a significant stake in Hermes stocks. Citing the “seriousness of the successive breaches of public disclosure requirements, which consisted in concealing each stage of LVMH’s stake-building in Hermes,” as the fuel behind the hefty fine, the AMF appear to be in no doubt that there’s been foul play. LVMH however, continues to disagree. Brandin both the claim and punishment to be ‘unfounded’, the conglomerate has said it will appeal against the decision, despite further cases being already lodged against it by, yep you guessed it, Hermes. Though this chapter may be settled for now, expect more drama as the cases continue to pile up! Thoughts?