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Video: Gang of ladyboys attack foreign man on Walking Street, Pattaya


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7 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Not so. In the times I went to Pattaya in the mid 90s, it was notable for the lack of violence. People too busy having fun to fight.

BTW, there were more bars back then and more patrons.

probably right mate. i went last year but up top at some mainly thai hotel. used to go when i was a kid, wait got to check dates

**around 97/98. they didn't seem to have all that crap back then and i was out all night anytime i was there

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43 minutes ago, thaibeachlovers said:

The street in the VDOs isn't Walking St. I don't know where it is ( possibly Buakhao ), but Walking Street doesn't have baht buses and stalls selling shoes on it after dark.

it is walking street, just look at the unique pavement pattern.

probably shot very late, after most businesses closed and police left.

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4 minutes ago, manarak said:

it is walking street, just look at the unique pavement pattern.

probably shot very late, after most businesses closed and police left.

You are right. I didn't notice it before because the pavers only show up very briefly when the light is on them. Most of the time in the VDOs it looks like plain concrete.

 

Well spotted.

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1 hour ago, thaibeachlovers said:

The street in the VDOs isn't Walking St. I don't know where it is ( possibly Buakhao ), but Walking Street doesn't have baht buses and stalls selling shoes on it after dark.

Probably Soi 6

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9 minutes ago, Diamondbob said:

Probably Soi 6


It is Walking Street, between Peppermint a-go-go and soi Diamond (between the 3 videos).

In the first video, it is right across from the Marine Disco/Peppermint a-go-go.
The 2nd video is between soi Diamond and the little soi going to the P72 Inn.
In the 3rd video you can even clearly see the sign "T&M = Walking Street" which is directly across the street from the Sensations A-go-go, as well as the "808" sign which is directly across from the entrance to soi Diamond..

 

People forget (or just don't know) that "Walking" Street is only "walking" from around 7pm to midnight. After that they let traffic enter and the area fills with vendor carts, motos and baht buses.
I'd say that probably happened sometime between 3-4am judging by the number of bars (like the P72) that were closed down and shuttered, but the large amount of traffic still on the street.

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