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Litterbugs who their rubbish in national parks in Thailand may in for a surprise the next time they check their mail - the litter they may have been returned to them. Thailand's Environment Minister has to take a stand on the increasing amount of sweet wrappers, plastic bottles and paper that is across national parks. He has park wardens to collect the litter and it to the offending litterbug. It comes with a letter that says: "We collected your garbage in a cardboard box and it to your home. This should be a lesson to you, to never again away waste anywhere." Additional penalties could in the form of five years imprisonment or a hefty $16,000 fine.

The severe penalties have been because of litter becoming an eyesore in many of Thailand's beauty spots. Park wardens say it is relatively easy to down and identify offenders, as all visitors to the parks are to register their address when they a park. Anyone who leaves refuse near their camping spot will be reunited with their waste. Narin Pinsakul, chief of the Khao Yai National Park near Bangkok, why the parks were their return-to-litterbug policy. He said: "It can dangerous for animals like deer if they eat the rubbish and to digest plastic waste that people behind." The Environment Minister said people should only leave footprints behind.

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