A so-called Thai activist, Kanespissanuthep Jakkrapobmahadeja, commonly known as “K 100 million”, was spotted causing a scene in the middle of Sukhumvit Road in Pattaya on Sunday morning, October 1st.

Kanespissanuthep, who has stated himself he has mental illnesses, was seen standing in the center of Sukhumvit Road, shouting and acting erratically yesterday amidst busy traffic.

He was dressed in a brown suit, a yellow shirt, a black hat, and black glasses. Kanespissanuthep was reportedly live-streaming his eccentric behavior while cars passed by him on Sukhumvit Road in South Pattaya, Nongprue sub-district, Banglamung district, Chonburi province.

Reports indicated that many cars were forced to abruptly brake due to Kanespissanuthep blocking the traffic. He then disappeared from the road, and his current whereabouts are unknown at the time of publishing.

Kanespissanuthep, also known as “K 100 Million (K ร้อยล้าน)”, is a former real estate businessman who had been involved in a series of similar incidents before, including ones in which he released snakes at the Rajprasong Intersection in Bangkok or brazenly attacked prominent politician, Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, at a book fair. He says he is an activist for prominent conservative institutions.

K 100 Million has a psychological illness background, but it is unclear if he is currently receiving any treatment.

So-called Activist 'K 100 Million' Creates Chaos on Pattaya's Sukhumvit Road - The Pattaya News