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"Happy Zone" is the answer to resort's woes says top cop at Pattaya crisis meeting on crime and tourism

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Specifically he asked for all establishments to set up their own CCTV. Each venue and shop is to have their own liaison officer to work closely with police, military and the municipal authority.

 

More costs passed onto the shop owners.

No doubt the very expensive city wide CCTV system is fully functioning too.

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Maybe it's  a good idea.

 

I vote for Soi 6 to be the first Happy Zone.

These are  a few of the  improvements I propose.

 

Keep it open 24/7

Remove all street vendors.

Remove all Lady boys hassling honest mongers in the Soi,  they can stay in the bars but not on the street.

Remove all family tourists.

Remove all Chinese / India sight seers  from the soi

Remove all western women.

Remove all fat ladies sat outside stuffing there gobs all day long.

Recruit more sexy ladies to replace the fat ones.

Remove all knob heads guys  sitting out side the bars staring at customers walking down the street.

Replace all bar front with the old blacked out glass.

Ban all smart phones from ladies whilst at work.

Remove anyone from Norway not enjoying themselves . :jap:

 

Carry on Soi 6   :heart_001:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, craigt3365 said:

How about have the police do their jobs?  Roving patrols, arrest those who break the law, and don't let them go with a 500B under the table fine! LOL

 

Nice idea, but that would require a real police force. Not feasible.

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Try Active and Vigilant Law enforcement, then try Rule of Law, then set the penalties and actually enforce the laws. This is just another diversion to promote safe tourism.  Sorry and Sadly...it will only get worse.  

 

I feel safe already.  Can you feel me?

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cops raided a happy zone in one of the rooms above the windmill gogo where an elderly gentleman was indulging in some happiness. they seem to be sending out conflicting messages.

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

"Happy Zone" is the answer to resort's woes says top cop at Pattaya crisis meeting on crime and tourism

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

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3 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

They are trying to eradicate the places where you can get a 'happy ending', so where, exactly, will the 'happy zones' be ? 

Don't know why you say that when he asked venues to employ sex workers over the age of 20.

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Happy Brownies, Happy Pizzas, Happy Shakes... maybe they could be onto something.

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I haven't been to Pattaya for many years but I think they already got a happy zone for decades at Beach Road. At least for all the necklace and hand bag snatching lady boys right under the eyes of the BIB. 

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So if you are not in the happy zone, you will be in the unhappy zone? Which is the rest of the place?

 

What a great time to be in the LOS

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3 hours ago, craigt3365 said:

How about have the police do their jobs?  Roving patrols, arrest those who break the law, and don't let them go with a 500B under the table fine! LOL

This cannot work in practice because the sprawling crime and corruption within the city is out of control, it makes common sense to compress these entertainments into a zone where their activities can be observed and controlled, as is organised in the entertainment zones of cities like Amsterdam and Hamburg and even what the UK is trying to accomplish now.

 

I am not sure what they mean by happy zone? Do they mean red light district or just drinking establishments?

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How many necklace grabs have been made in Walking Street? Or for that matter, in any of the Sois with bars and go-gos during normal hours? Don't forget, we are talking about tourist safety here and not those of the 'residents'.

 

Almost guaranteed that these areas will be the targeted 'happy zones'. 

 

Meanwhile, the highly mobile thieves can enjoy unhindered business where ever they please.

 

This is not a static problem, if they are going to impose additional rules to society, make sure they cover the entire area and stop talking nonsense about zones.

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