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Pattaya: No singing and dancing? Bar hoppers set to stay home rather than risk a night out

 

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A leading nightlife operator in Pattaya has told the media that some of the 22 measures in place to allow the opening of pubs and club are just plain dumb. 

 

Narathip Fakrick - who owns restaurants and nighttime venues - told 77kaoded that he understands the need to get the industry up and running again.

 

Landlords in Pattaya have not lowered rents and owners are desperate for a restart.

 

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But some of the new Phase 5 rules are just too much, he said. 

 

There is no way he can stop singing and dancing of patrons at his establishments, he said, and such restrictions are likely to make potential patrons stay home rather than risk a night out. 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

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19 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I remember the 10 massage girls fighting in the street over a fat old white guy, in a news item from last week.


Like that, but hopefully sexier women with less clothing !

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Absolutely incomprehensible what a ban on singing and music, loud or quiet, has to do with covid-19.

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3 hours ago, Khun P said:

Are you allowed to tap your feet to the Music? 

Only with the right foot, while wearing goverment approved foot coverings, to goverment aproved tunes and at government aproved tempos.

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5 hours ago, scandream said:

Absolutely incomprehensible what a ban on singing and music, loud or quiet, has to do with covid-19.

In THEORY (!) when singing you might expel water droplets out of your mouth more than you do when talking.......allegedly 

Don't shoot the messenger....please!

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