Buddhist monks flirting in cyberspace?

Earlier this month, the Thai government said it was "investigating claims that supposedly celibate Buddhist monks have been using a U.S.-based social networking website to flirt with women," reports the Associated Press. A watchdog group, the Network of Civilians to...
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Earlier this month, the Thai government said it was "investigating claims that supposedly celibate Buddhist monks have been using a U.S.-based social networking website to flirt with women," reports the Associated Press. A watchdog group, the Network of Civilians to...

Earlier this month, the Thai government said it was "investigating claims that supposedly celibate Buddhist monks have been using a U.S.-based social networking website to flirt with women," reports the Associated Press. A watchdog group, the Network of Civilians to Protect the Nation, the Religion and the King, claims that monks are using www.hi5.com to flirt with women. A senior Culture Ministry official, Ladda Thangsupachai, said "Cyberspace can be very useful for monks," Ladda said. "But it's wrong to use it to pick up girls." Thoughts?