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Controversial Bangkok soapy massage ordered shut down again – before it’s even opened

A deputy national police chief has ordered the Huay Kwang police to shut down a soapy massage parlor called Little Duck that has sprung up on the site of a controversial establishment closed nearly three years ago.

Back in 2016 the Nataree massage parlor was bolted shut after charges of human trafficking and employing underage sex workers were leveled against its owner and manager.

Now “Little Duck Entertainment” is about to open on the same site.

Top brass cop Pol Gen Srivara Ransibrahmanakul was not having that. He said at Royal Thai Police HQ yesterday that he had ordered the current head of the Huay Kwang police Pol Col Phurit Jintaranon and the Din Daeng district to go after Little Duck.

It was described as a 5-Star entertainment complex in the Daily News story.

Little Duck’s owners will be charged with offences ranging from wrong use, illegal extension of a property and using residential property for business purposes. General Srivara also wants to know who gave the owners permission. 

He said that a five year ban was in place at the site after human trafficking charges were made and it can’t just re-open under a new name.

Thaivisa notes that in 2016 the Rachada court issued warrants for human trafficking and providing underage sex to Prasert Sukkhee or Kolak and Sommai Phatsing or Kong the owner and manager of Nataree.. 

They fled and it is not known if they ever faced the music.

The Huay Kwang police chief at the time and several subordinates were also transferred over the matter.

Other massage parlors in the area were also subject of raids at the time. The Rachada area is well known for offering this kind of entertainment, Thaivisa further notes.

Thai VisaDaily News

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