Thai authorities concerned about 'angel doll' fad

BANGKOK, THAILAND - JANUARY 26: Thai's "Child Angel" doll or "Luuk thep" in Thai are displayed in a shop in the outskirt of Bangkok on January 26, 2016. They were popularised by Thai's TV show celebrities who claimed that feeding and dressing up the dolls will bring them life success, as some doll can cost you more than $600 USD. Some doll's owner claim that they have supernatural powers and "life breathed into them" as they treat them as a real children, in Bangkok, Thailand on January. Recently, a Thai Airlines provided seats to the dolls as well as serving food and drinks. (Photo by Guillaume Payen/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
BANGKOK, THAILAND - JANUARY 26: Thai's "Child Angel" doll or "Luuk thep" in Thai are displayed in a shop in the outskirt of Bangkok on January 26, 2016. They were popularised by Thai's TV show celebrities who claimed that feeding and dressing up the dolls will bring them life success, as some doll can cost you more than $600 USD. Some doll's owner claim that they have supernatural powers and "life breathed into them" as they treat them as a real children, in Bangkok, Thailand on January. Recently, a Thai Airlines provided seats to the dolls as well as serving food and drinks. (Photo by Guillaume Payen/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
Thai authorities concerned about 'angel doll' fad
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