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Police chief transferred for allowing prostitution in Pattaya, foreign bar owners deported and blacklisted

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3 hours ago, Peterw42 said:

I think there is maybe a message being sent to foriegn bar owners and managers, "pull your head in". 

If you join a couple of the big Pattaya facebook groups (20k members) the bar owners and managers are not exactly being discreet about the soi 6 activities. 

These guys are not keeping a low profile and just the silent owner or manager in the background. They post and advertise themselves, their bars, their activities. 

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4 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

The foreign owners are all being deported and blacklisted. 

 

And the Bang Lamung district chief has ordered the bar shut for five years for damaging the image of tourism in Pattaya and Thailand

Dubble moral Thailand hits on farangs again 

The image of Pattaya is sex if you really want Pattaya image to change close all bars farangs and Thais and stop prostitution on beach road 

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4 hours ago, tifino said:

At least there is now something he can boast to his grandkids about on his knee, in his retirement... 

Who, and about what... You mean the guy that was transferred...what is that to be boasting about?

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This is the laugh of the day except for the underage bit which I actually agree with.

I wonder if because there is no prostitution in Pattaya the monthly fat envelope going back to Central is getting a bit thin.

He would have paid 30,000,000 to upstairs for his appointment , I wonder if he had time to recoup his investment ?

 

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A police force run by corrupt hypocrites, what else is there to say?

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Why is there so much opposition towards prostitution, which is essentially a victimless crime.

If it was decriminalised and suitable legislation passed, it would mean income for government, protection for sex workers, take the criminal element out.

Health care for workers, and regular STI checks making it all safer for clients and workers

 

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Absolutely Bonkers!    I cant believe I am reading this farce.  It is ridiculous. Even Stevie Wonder can see whats goes on in Pattaya.   Its absolutely mind numbing what is happening in this country these days. How can people act so oblivious and be so stupid?   Its utterly disgraceful. Elections, tourism, visa regulations, greed, control and corruption is totally out of order.  Simply impossible to get my head around it or even comment an opinion without spitting feathers.

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Given that it's common knowledge that there is a ton of prostitution all over Pattaya (and Thailand in general), I am just going to assume that they wanted to get rid of the police chief, and this was the easiest way to do it.

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

will they face charges of underage sex trafficking back home?

 

you do if you are from the USA. In the slammer you go.

Chinese, Taiwanese and Thai.  So the post said.

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4 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

Bang Lamung district chief Amnat Charoensri said that he had ordered the bar shut for five years and that the case had damaged the image of a tourist town (Pattaya) and the image of the country.

Okey!

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Bare faced hypocrisy. Looks like foreign owners are either not paying enough tea money or are taking business from Thai owner/whore masters. 

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4 hours ago, toenail said:

A very liberal thought, but why not legalize prostitution in certain soil like they do in certain European cities. The government would get some income , more safe for the “escorts”, & gets rid of the scumbags.

you do not understand Thailand does not have prostitution so they can not legalize it

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Posted (edited)

Can anyone explain to me why managers are only transferred and not expelled?
What they have done so far will continue in the new position!
Evil must be eradicated and not transferred!

Edited by 30la

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the owners were a consortium of Taiwanese, Chinese and Thai nationals.

 

Deported and blacklisted; that would be the Taiwanese and Chinese. So what happens to the Thai nationals ???????????????????????????????????????

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