A Thai woman accused of insulting the country's late king has been forced to kneel before his portrait outside a police station on the island of Samui as several hundred people bayed for an apology.
The woman's arrest and public shaming on Sunday was the latest of several such incidents since King Bhumibol Adulyadej died last week, plunging Thailand into mourning.
Authorities are also urging calm on social media amid criticism of people who are not wearing black and white clothing to mourn the revered monarch.
A government spokesman said some Thais cannot afford mourning clothes and urged tolerance.
There have been reports of price rises as demand for such clothing has surged.
Foreign governments have warned citizens in Thailand to avoid behaviour that could be interpreted as disrespectful.
Thailand is set to crown a new monarch this month after King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s death ended his 70-year reign – but the former ruler’s only son and heir, Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, is not popular with everyone.