Bikini babes light up Pattaya at record breaking  "Bikini Beach Race 2019"

Bikini babes light up Pattaya at record breaking  "Bikini Beach Race 2019"

 

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Cameras were out recording pictures and videos of the attractions at the fourth annual "Central Festival Bikini Beach Race 2019" in Pattaya at the weekend. 

 

Manager caught the "glamour" of the occasion as Thai and foreign babes joined with men in the run that started and ended on Pattaya's golden sands. 

 

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A video on ThaiFlite was rather drab as twilight fell but a Facebook page called "Men United" caught some attractive wenches. 

 

Hundreds of thousands of baht in prizes and vouchers were handed out to the winners and place-getters in several categories.

 

And the Guinness Book of World Records declared the 3,000 participants made it the biggest bikini run ever. 

 

The idea was to promote fitness and Pattaya as a wholesome tourist destination. 

 

 

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Source: Manager Online

 

 

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