It's all about the stickers as big Sri Racha sex raid comes up almost empty

PUBLISHED ON WED, AUG 9, 2017 8:52 AM

It's all about the stickers as big Sri Racha sex raid comes up almost empty

 

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Picture: Manager

 

A big raid mounted by 50 agents at 10 Sri Racha "entertainment" establishments last night found no evidence of human trafficking or drug taking.

 

In fact just seven women in all the karaoke lounges and other venues didn't have their ID. They were fined and warned to always carry ID in future.

 

Urine tests were carried out on all the girls but these were all negative.

 

The main purpose of the late night raids seem to have been to distribute stickers for the door of each establishment.

 

These said: "Stop Human Trafficking" and were duly attached.

 

The authorities explained that human trafficking was bad and could lead to between 4 to 12 years in jail and fines of 400,000 to 1.2 million baht, said Manager.

 

Source: Manager

 
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