6 things now closed during the Thai coup
After the Thai military declared a coup on Thursday, they then swiftly declared a 10pm to 5am curfew effectively shutting down the vibrant bustling city of Bangkok.
Besides shutting down TV and radio stations, the military have reportedly blocked access to "six inappropriate websites" while hundreds more are being considered, according to the Human Rights Watch group in Thailand.
Below is a list of seven things that have been affected by the coup.
1) Anyone in Bangkok looking for a late night snack while staying at home during the curfew will be disappointed. All 7-Eleven stores will close during curfew hours.
2) Schools will be shut until May 25. Exams, however, will still take place - at least in some schools.
3) Even Soi Cowboy, the infamous red light district in Bangkok, is virtually unrecognisable without its lights and people milling about.
4) No 7-eleven? How about McDonald's delivery? Sorry to disappoint, but they are shut too.
5) Shutdown of all TV and radio stations including CNN, BBC
6) Even the Disney Channel was not spared
Sources: Twitter, Time