Pattaya police out on Beach Road arrest 60 prostitutes

Pattaya police out on Beach Road arrest 60 prostitutes

 

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Pictures (3): Pattaya News

 

Pattaya police were out in force on Beach Road last night arresting female and male prostitutes.

 

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Pictures (3): Pattaya News

 

Pattaya police were out in force on Beach Road last night arresting female and male prostitutes.

 

But no one was even fined back at the station.

 

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Some sixty women and lady boys had their details and pictures taken and were then released without charge.

 

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Pattaya News said it was all designed to make it easier to catch miscreants if crimes are committed against tourists in the future.

 

The process was met with the anticipated derision from Thai Facebook posters with one suggesting facetiously that the mayor ought to organize a "Grand Sex Sale" to advertise the resort.

 

Source: Pattaya News

 
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