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Pattaya: Uzbekistan women claim they were tricked into sex trade


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8 hours ago, webfact said:

She claimed that she had been tricked into sex work after being promised lucrative employment. 

 

Naew Na said she had not received payment along the lines that she expected

That's nearer the truth... payment was low!

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10 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

Depends on the individual but certainly the ones on beach road look like hardened sex workers

Yep, they are in it for the big money Like they say ,Women Sit on a Goldmine.  😝

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11 hours ago, Peterw42 said:

I hate that, when they promise you a job as a neurosurgeon and it turns out to be prostitution.

Probably because they were drunk at the time. As the saying goes:

I'd rather have a full bottle in of me than a full frontal lobotomy.

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16 hours ago, webfact said:

One of the women had been spoken to by police while selling sex on Beach Road. She claimed that she had been tricked into sex work after being promised lucrative employment. 

Everyone know that Pattaya is the destination for lucrative employment.

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The East European Go-Go bar on Walking Street that is permitted to employ foreign dancers/hostesses is minting it in.  Lots of prosperous looking Asian men paying ludicrous drinks prices + compulsory 50 baht minimum tip every time a dancer approaches your table.  

The only exploitation I saw was among the male customers.

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On 2/27/2020 at 9:52 AM, ezzra said:
On 2/27/2020 at 9:33 AM, webfact said:

She claimed that she had been tricked into sex work after being promised lucrative employment. 

Rubbish.. these Uzbek women have in Thailand working the bars and streets for years now knowing full well why they are here... 

As a generalisation, you're right, but this is about four specific women who were not arrested for prostitution but, after their situation had been tipped-off to the police by their own embassy, were taken into protective custody

 

Why would an embassy get involved with having them provided with protection if they were just voluntary pros and they weren't trying to assist them in getting out of a trafficking situation?

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These women were not arrested for prostitution.

 

It seems that some commentators here don't know the difference between being given protective custody at the request of their Embassy and being arrested for prostitution.  Or they just choose to ignore what was actually reported (not unusual here) in favour of having a sardonic laugh at these womens' expense.

 

 

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On 2/27/2020 at 2:33 AM, webfact said:

One of the women had been spoken to by police while selling sex on Beach Road. She claimed that she had been tricked into sex work after being promised lucrative employment. 

 

Naew Na said she had not received payment along the lines that she expected. 

That's what you get from Indian punters on Beach Road. Sods never pay up.

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10 hours ago, timendres said:

Everyone know that Pattaya is the destination for lucrative employment.

Yes, because it´s wellknown as a world class family destination - says the government 😂😂😂

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Boy oh boy, based on the fore arms and part of the body and fingers visible in the photo, that lady might be a mamasan or maybe just has a good thick back and good for pulling the plow.  I don't think that is  Maria Shriver type of figure

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