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Can someone throw light on a subject in dispute. The owner of a small guest house has a few guests staying to whom he serves alcoholic drinks.

Food is also food, available and open to non guests, but these non-guests are refused alcoholic drinks.

Is the owner breaking any law, in force at present by serving guests, and could he legitimately serve drinks to non guests?

Sensible answers please

 

 

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1 minute ago, natway09 said:

Just keep quiet about it.

If they are being careful they are not hurting anyone 

or are you one of the non guests wanting a drink?

This owner just cares about himself. Such people should be avoided. 

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On 6/3/2020 at 1:06 PM, Kerryd said:

"Private" house parties where alcohol is available (not even being sold) are busted by cops.

A hotel in South Pattaya was busted for a pool party where "hotel guests" were drinking alcohol.

But they were not raided for drinking alcohol.  Drinking alcohol on private premises does not contravene any regulations.  

 

Breaking nuisance and Covid-19 social distancing laws or meetings of more than the permitted numbers is what caused those raids.

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Apparently , in the larger hotels it's ok to shop for your drinks at the 7-11's and then consume in your room.   Hopefully this madness will be resolved soon.....9 days 8 hours 13 minutes and counting.

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5 minutes ago, n00dle said:

Unless you want a beer 

The law says that you can buy alcohol but you have to drink it at home. This is pretty clear. And I hope that you will understand when the law is enforced - not only at him but at you too. 

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2 hours ago, natway09 said:

Just keep quiet about it.

If they are being careful they are not hurting anyone 

or are you one of the non guests wanting a drink?

No, I am not a non guest. Very rarely go into the place and if I want a drink, I am quite capable of getting my own.

I asked the question due to a comment by an acquaintance.

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Yes, allowed to sell alcohol, but guest cannot drink it on the premises, only allowed to be sold for "take away"...🙂

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