A group of red-shirt supporters, mostly women, led by Pheu Thai list-MP Sunee Luangvichit gathered outside the parliament on Thursday, demanding Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva apologise for "insulting women".
Pheu Thai and red-shirt supporters gather outside the parliament compound on Thursday morning, demanding Democrat leader Abhisit apologise for his "e ngoh" remark. (Post Today photo)
A Post Today report said most of the women protesters wore sarongs as a symbol of their stand against the opposition leader, who made the insulting remark during a rally on Saturday.
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