A message is displayed on a computer screen in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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Police Friday said a Thai man is facing up to five years in jail for sharing a song mocking the country's junta chief, who also has a penchant for penning his own tunes.Narong Roonthanawong, 39, was arrested under the country's controversial Computer Crimes Act after a legal complaint was made directly by the junta to police, officers said. Prayut is something of a songwriter himself. He has composed two songs since coming to power, which are repeatedly played on radio and television.
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