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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 01:06
webfact

Thai massage set to be declared "World Heritage" - must not be an excuse for prostitution

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

old the assembled press that he believes at least 50 massage shops in the capital are just fronts for prostitution

I think that figure might be nearer 5,000 maybe that's a conservative number

They must think we're all idiots and believe this trash..

50 shops who's he trying to kid??

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"With this in mind Dr Patraphon Jeungsomjetphaisan and Thong Lor police were out investigating massage shops in the Sukhumvit area of Bangkok yesterday."

 

"Gizza job - I could do that" (Yosser Hughes) 

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5 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

there are 10 story buildings:clap2: in Bangkok with huge signs saying soapy massage.   :cheesy:

Do you have an exact location for them as I like to check facts for myself 😷

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4 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

Would not have a Thai massage if it was free, the last one nearly crippled me. Far too many unqualified doing it.

Then do a bit of work and find the qualified ones and learn that it is one of the most exhilarating and refreshing experiences when performed properly. You are missing out on something precious . The older ladies for a start ,not some pretty little girl in a skimpy dress ... 

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"In Sukhumvit Soi 35 a whole line of massage shops had got wind of the cops' arrival and shut up for the day. " - So all those happy ending passage shops on Sukhukvit 33 all stayed open then? I never knew there were happy ending shops on the soi that runs next door to EmQuartier shopping mall.

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"I'm looking for an inattentive massage, with a lacklustre and limp-wristed ending."

 

"Sorry sir, we don't offer those kinds of services in this establishment." 

 

"You did last week."

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26 minutes ago, Monkeyrobot said:

The girls get upset if you don’t want the 

Special at the end. 

For just about every massage shop in a 5km radius around my village, the girls get upset if you don't 'tip' well after a massage as extras are always on offer. If this is just so true and relevant in village massage shops, I cannot imagine the real numbers in a mega city like Bangkok.  

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This definitely epitomizes the Thai government. Surely now they must be judged as the Number 1 fools of the world.

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6 hours ago, StayinThailand2much said:

Pattaya to be declared a "World Heritage Site". Expect a tourism boom! 🤑

…or a tourist boom boom

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really, but you are right a lot of good work by good girls, BUT out numbered a Million to one by the Bad girls, sorry but a fact AND the real bad guys for Bad massage are Thai men, who visit thier favorite massage and girl every week, and you will not see a single farang in these places.

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Why do Thai Authorities continue to say the oppositie of the truth..most simply photocooy other Massage Certificates and are only Oil Rubbers if that...useless

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Another "spoil sport" brigade.

Just leave em alone, they know what they are doing & they can make a lot more money than you lot

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