On July 31, Thailand’s top player Ratchanok Intanon made a police report at the Sala Daeng police station about her Facebook account being hacked. The 25-year-old player briefly posted about the hacking on her Facebook page on 30 July.

Intanon said that she was worried that someone could be harmed and deceived because of the hacker’s doing.

Reported by Siam Sport, Intanon said, “My personal Facebook account is connected to a Facebook page with more than 1 million followers, I’m afraid it will cause damage and deceive people.”

“Personally, I think it’s a shame that the Facebook account has been hacked because I have used it for a long time. There are photos and stories which are now memories… But now I can’t do anything anymore. I just consider it as a lesson that will make us more careful in the future,” said Intanon.

ตอนนี้ Facebook ส่วนตัว น้องถูก Hack นะคะ
กำลังกู้คืนค่ะ ใครมีคำแนะนำบอกได้นะคะ ขอบคุณค่ะ

Dikirim oleh Ratchanok Intanon (รัชนก อินทนนท์) pada Rabu, 29 Juli 2020

Intanon said she hoped that her incident is an example for everyone who uses the platform and that it remind everyone who uses it to be careful.

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