"Hi-So gay sex and drug orgies" busted in Khon Kaen

PUBLISHED ON THU, SEP 14, 2017 6:55 PM

"Hi-So gay sex and drug orgies" busted in Khon Kaen

 

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Picture: Daily News 

 

Police in Khon Kaen said they had busted a gang of gay men who were transporting Ya Ba and Ice around the north eastern town in a Mercedes Benz and organizing sex and drug orgies in rented properties.

 

A total of twelve people were arrested including one woman. Daily News reveled in the details of wild sex parties as the local cops fed the details in a press conference yesterday.

 

The ringleader is the son of a prominent local government officer, said the cops.

 

Those arrested were named as Nat, 31, Ford, 27, James, 22, Sam, 28, Ta, 22, Mot, 25, Kak, 26, Beer, 24, Toto, 22, Meth, 23, Om, 27 and the solitary woman Ann, 27.

 

Taken into evidence was 28.62 grams of ice methamphetamine, 702 Ya Ba, a Benz C180 and four sets of drug taking apparatus and a wallet.

 

Khon Kaen police chief Phromnatthakhet Hamkhamphai said that the arrests followed investigations after the apprehending of James at a fancy downtown apartment on Friday with 7.2 grams of ice and 411 Ya Ba.

 

He was found to be in league with what the chief referred to as his "hi-so gay buddies" in the town. Nat was the ringleader, said the chief, and he is the son of a senior civil servant in the town.

 

They used the Mercedes Benz to transport the drugs around and rented condos, apartments and houses for drugs and sex orgies, noted the chief.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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