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Walking Street: Has topless Go-Go become a No-No?

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Walking Street: Has topless Go-Go become a No-No?

 

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PATTAYA: -- More raids were conducted in Walking Street, South Pattaya, yesterday amid claims that a crackdown was targeting topless dancing at the resort.

 

On Sunday both the district chief of Banglamung and the head of police were in attendance as they threw the book at "Dance 2" nailing the club with six charges.

 

Banglamung chief Naris Niramaiwong and Pattaya station boss Apichai Kroppetch went to the club after complaints made at government watchdog Damrongtham Centre that underage drinking was taking place.

 

The DJ was told to turn off the music and the dancing stopped as 150 customers were checked for their ages and drug taking.

 

Some 18 people were under the legal age of 20 years and 19 people had tell-tale purple urine tests. In addition eight bags of ketamine were found discarded under tables.

 

These weighed in at a total of 8.29 grams. Fourteen shisha pipes were also taken into evidence.

 

The club was charged with opening out of hours, having no operating license, no alcohol license, serving underage customers, allowing drug taking and matters relating to the sale of shisha.

 

Manager Niwat Saengsaikaew, 30, was taken away.

 

Meanwhile, Pattaya residents posted on Thaivisa forum that experience on the ground was that there was an evident crackdown on activities in Walking Street including the banning of topless dancing.

 

Unconfirmed reports suggested that police had been drafted in to mount operations against illegal activities in the area.

 

Source: 77Jowo, Daily News

 
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4 minutes ago, webfact said:

Walking Street: Has topless Go-Go become a No-No?

 

Not if you pay the right dough, dough !

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Pattaya's integrity restored! Congratulations.

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21 minutes ago, webfact said:

topless dancing

Great job otherwise we will be seeing open sex practice in Pattaya which will force me to leave Thailand for good.

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No topless or nude dancing is a sure way to kill the tourist trade.   If no show, why even bother going?   There are cheaper places to drink and to meet girls too.

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I always thought it was illegal.  I remember being in a bar and hearing an announcement. All the topless girls ran upstairs and put on bras.  I asked the mamasan What's going on and she said there was an inspector coming.  After he left, the bras came off.  Watching 20 - 30 girls take off their bras at the same time was kind of nice.  Lol.  

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And we all thought time travel was impossible.  How far back will this government take us?

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17 minutes ago, globin said:

And we all thought time travel was impossible.  How far back will this government take us?

They try hard to stone age 

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The TAT needs to find a substitute to "lure" wealthy male tourists from Muslim countries now.

How about Kat- and Sisha-tobacco flavoured KitKat, and burqua belly dancing?

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39 minutes ago, globin said:

And we all thought time travel was impossible.  How far back will this government take us?

If you were going backwards in time, the bras wouldn't be worn. I'm not sure of the exact time maybe the 1920-30s a law was enacted that women had to have their tops covered in public. Until that time it was optional.

 

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It doesn’t matter. Tourists come to Pattaya for the trekking, bird watching,  wildlife photography, and the spectacular natural scenery. They aren’t interested in these distasteful shenanigans.

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Better idea would be to ban illegal police activities.  Better yet....  ban police during raids altogether!! Let Pattaya prosper!

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5 hours ago, redwinecheese said:

Great job otherwise we will be seeing open sex practice in Pattaya which will force me to leave Thailand for good.

Poor little baby.  Why don't you leave for good and join the monks, Pattaya can go without prude guys like you.  I came to Pattaya for drug, sex and Rock N Roll, no necessarily in that order. 

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