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Woman claims rape at Bangkok massage parlor and says police refused to prosecute

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A woman has gone onto a Bangkok expat forum to claim that she was raped on Sunday by a male masseur at a well known massage parlor near Patpong.

Woman claims rape at Bangkok massage parlor and says police refused to prosecute | News by Samui TimesJessica Siobhan alleged that at 3pm on Sunday she was raped by a male member of staff at the Tarntawan Massage opposite the Meridian Hotel in Surawong Road.

She said that despite shouting “no” in Thai and English she was held down and raped. The attack only stopped when she kicked her attacker, she claimed.

She said it was an “awful experience” and she felt “violated”.

But after she went to the police her ordeal continued, it was claimed.

She said on Bangkok Expats on Facebook: “I was in the police station with a room full of hostile male police until after midnight.

“The man that raped me was laughing and making “you’re dead” throat gesticulations at my boyfriend”, she alleged.

She further claimed that the police sided with the massage place and blamed her for choosing a male masseur when there were females available.

She claimed that her alleged attacker was not charged just made to apologize.

She warned other expats to not go to the massage parlor in question.

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