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By Page3 | Apr 05, 2012


Welcome to BK’s Celebrity Reconciliation Smackdown. This week’s match will feature two front-page news heavyweights. In the blue corner, a woman with more Thai Rath front pages than any other celebrity wife, who shot to fame after posting Facebook pictures of her husband smoking meth. In the red corner, the brave general who brought his tanks onto the streets of Bangkok, making him the perfect guy to lead a national reconciliation committee. We sum up their strengths and weaknesses so you can pick a winner.
Verdict: They probably both have their heart in the right place, and we believe they’d really like some sort of reconciliation in their lives. But the odds of Wiphakorn getting back in bed with Sek and his lawyer are still much higher than Sonthi getting into bed with both Thaksin and Abhisit (and frankly, that’s one threesome video we don’t want to see on Youporn). We’re putting our money on the blue corner.

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