Tourist Police nab Slovakian man for working illegally and overstay
Tourist Police on Koh Phangan have arrested a Slovakian man who was found to be running a business illegally. He was also found to have overstayed his visa.
Thirty eight year old Tomas Kroka was arrested following a raid on Gaia Nature Spa at 10pm on Thursday.
Mr Kroka was unable to show police the correct permits for operating a spa business in Thailand. When police asked to see his passport he was found to have overstayed in Thailand by 28 days.
77 Jowo reported that he has been charged with operating a business without permission, overstay and engaging in work outside of what is permitted.
He is being held at Koh Phangan Police Station.
Police said they raided the spa after receiving a tip off it was being run illegally.
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