The duo calling themselves the ‘Traveling Butts’ traveled the world and posted everything on Instagram.
The Couple Joseph Dasilva and Travis Dasilva have a weird kind of humor. The two traveled around the world over the past year, visited numerous famous monuments and took the same picture everywhere. Standing in front of the Eiffel Tower or the Big Ben, their pants went off, and a selfie was made.
Apparently, they do not like that in Thailand. Joseph and Travis were detained in Bankok after taking the same ‘butt-image’ for the famous Wat Arun Temple and then placed the picture on their Instagram account.
This is one of the great Buddhist monuments in the country. The Thai police have stopped the duo and are now investigating the case. In the Eastern country, such behavior – let alone placing photographs of it online – is considered ‘strictly prohibited’. The Buddhist temples and traditions are of great importance.
Cash Rules Everything
It is important for the Thai to know if they have also made similar pictures in other locations. If so, ‘the traveling buttocks’ will most likely go to prison. Apart from that, they already had to pay 150 dollars. But something tells me that’s nothing compared to what the Thai have waiting for them. Police are considering charging the two under the Thailands computer crimes act. the controversial law carries a sentence of up to five years in prison.