An old English tourist got a Valentine’s Day shock when he was enjoying himself in private with a young lady at a Pattaya A-Go-Go bar.
So “Nai Ampher” Naris Niramaiwong and his raiding party of police and soldiers outside the door had the room opened up by the management to see what was going on, reported Manager Online.
Inside the room was the 62 year old tourist sleeping with one of the dancers from downstairs at the Windmill Club A-Go-Go. Neither of the couple was named.
They were both told to get dressed and were interviewed downstairs to determine what was happening.
The district chief was out with his raiding party who had split up all over Walking Street, South Pattaya in what Manager online said was a “crime suppression drive for Valentine’s Day”.
Manager added the purpose of the drive was to create warm feelings of contentment among tourists visiting the area.
By the toilets was a tell-tale sign in Thai that read: “Please close the door gently as guests get startled causing a loss of erectile function …na kha! And if you are using your phones please do so away from the short time rooms”.
A picture was taken of this further evidence before the manageress, Malin Kaewwichian, was arrested and charged with running a sex
business on the premises without a license.
The raiding party then moved on to check other establishments in the area.
Happy Valentine’s Day.
Thai Visa / Manager OnlineFacebook.
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