Potato Corner apologises for 'Toto' Facebook post


11 March 2021
Potato Corner apologises for 'Toto' Facebook post

POTATO Corner Thailand Co has apologised for a "careless" Facebook post about its Toto mascot that coincided with the police arrest of "Toto", a political activist.

The fast food chain issued a statement late Saturday apologising for the fries promotion posted on its Facebook account earlier that day..

"Urgent news!!! Potato Corner, the first powder-mixed fries in Thailand, is arrested for being "too delicious," the ad read. "Toto (assumed name) is arrested at a Potato Corner branch on the sixth floor of CentralWorld while eating three cups of power-mixed french fries," the ad said.

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The ad was posted around the same time as the arrest of "Toto", Piyarat Chonthep, a leading member of the We Volunteer (WeVo) guard group, along with other activists, at the Major Ratchayothin shopping complex.

Source: Bangkok Post

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