Video: Illegal foreign workers rounded up at Pattaya construction site

PUBLISHED ON WED, AUG 9, 2017 8:27 AM

Video: Illegal foreign workers rounded up at Pattaya construction site

 

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Picture: Daily News

 

PATTAYA: -- A video on news site Khomchadluek showed what happened when fourteen illegal Chinese workers were arrested in Pattaya.

 

The tourist police led by local chief Piyapong Ensarn went in shouting "Stop! Stop!" as the confused Chinese who seemed unable to speak Thai or English were bombarded with questions about where they were from.

 

The cops seemed to know they were all Chinese and illegal at that.

 

They were working on the construction of a restaurant near the Paniat Chang intersection on Pattaya Sai 3 during yesterday's raid.

 

A man called Long Ling, 41, was in charge and was taken in for questioning ahead of deportation.

 

He told police that he had hired the workers since January for 300 yuan or 1,500 baht a day, said Komchadluek.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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