National park authorities in Thailand have had it up to here with visitors who leave behind heaps of litter in natural beauty spots—and they've started shipping it home to the litterbugs who've left it behind.
A rash of incidents at Khao Yai National Park, near Bangkok, led to the measure, approved by Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa. A message packed in the box tells the offenders “We collected your garbage in a cardboard box and sent it to your home. This should be a lesson to you, to never again throw away waste anywhere.”
The offenders, identified by their registration for the tent sites where the trash was collected. Their names were also registered with local police; they could be subject to fines up to the equivalent of $12,000 and even jail time.