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

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17 minutes ago, smudger1951 said:

The bar was owned by a consortium of taiwanese, chinese and thai. So the first two are to be deported and blacklisted. What about the thai partners ?

Simple, they rent the building out to the next lot of mugs!

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5 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 are far too smart for this country !

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This kind of news really makes my day.  Laughter is joy.  I can not believe these cops can do such things without laughing themselves.  Good going, great job.  Keep up the great work.

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5 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.

If they are indeed guilty of this, IMO they should be charged with the offence in Thailand (where the crime was committed) and only then be deported and banned.

 

In this day and age, especially in a tourist location there should be no need for underage girls in this trade.

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So we can expect another 1,000bars to be shut down and the owners deported in the next month the Pattaya economy will be zero .

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That's like being fired for breathing in Pattaya. LMAO. How do you spell scapegoat?

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an educated guess is forces that be higher up organized this bust to justify transferring the top cop for whatever reason(s)

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2 hours ago, petemoss said:

Not familiar enough to know approximately how many bars there are there. Where did you live on the 6?

Queen Vic for a while then one of the bars that will remain nameless.  Go count them.  I really don't think you will find 50 open bars with ladies on Soi Six.  If there is it is close to 50 but not more.

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5 hours ago, z42 said:

Where to even begin with this. Probably the most pathetic part is that trusty "damaged Pattaya and Thailand's reputation" line.

 

Unless they're shutting down the 1000 plus other bars and gogos in Pattaya I am not buying whatever reasoning they give.

 

What a complete $#it show as usual 🙄

The other bars and gogos are not stupid enough to allow sex to take place on the premises.  As long as they operate within the terms of their licence, under the Entertainment Places Act, they are not breaking the law.

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

 

The floods, washed away beaches, awefull seawater, open sewers, walkways,  the general smell coming from the sewers, overpriced watering holes in walking street,
scamming taxi mafia......there are far more things damaging pattaya tourism then what the foreign journalists like to write about. 

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I just cannot believe that there is prostitutes in Pattaya I'm in shock

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51 minutes ago, kamahele said:

So only one bar in Pattaya had prostitutes?

No.  Just this bar was discovered to have acts of prostitution taking place on the premises.  The others had either been forewarned, or they don't have rooms on site.

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They better install a revolving door at police headquarters.  Next!

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Sacrebleu, will Pataya ever be without sin?  Hell, my father in the 60's got laid there, so why are we pretending?  Next stop... Nana, Soi Cowboy, Patpong... 

All aboard...sinners beware.  (wink-wink)

 

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