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09 December 2009 :: 12:12:12 pm 8265

B.52 Bar Raided And 11 Russian Females Arrested For Working Illegally

A prestigious night club, the B.52, in Pattaya’s infamous Walking Street, was raided by police on 9 December, 2009, after tip-offs that the club has been employing Russian ‘hostesses’ and Coyote dancers, allegedly working illegally. 11 glamorous Russian ladies, mostly in their late teens and early twenties, were taken away for questioning, and are likely to be charged with working without work-permits and if guilty will be prosecuted and deported.
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Pattaya, 9 December, 2009, [Pattaya Daily News]: a 10-man, Chonburi police investigation team led by Chonburi Superintendent, Pol. Col. Worawit Waitanormjit, conducted a raid on the B. 52 Bar. 147/11-14 Moo. 10, Walking Street, at 01.30 am, 9 December, arresting 11 Russian ladies, under suspicion of working without correct documentation.

Pol. Col. Worawit revealed that the police team had been responding to several tip-offs that the women were working illegally, without work permits, and had accordingly been keeping the club under surveillance. The ladies were largely aged between 18- 23, with a number in their late 20s and early 30s. If allegations of illegal working are substantiated, they will be duly charged, fined, and possibly held in custody for a short while before being repatriated. The management will also be held liable under Thai law and will almost certainly have to pay a substantial fine for contravening labour laws.

The B.52 was reopened under new management in October 2009 and largely caters to a well-off, Russian and East European target audience. The prestigious Dining and Dance club is a spacious, well appointed venue, consisting of three floors; the ground floor is a restaurant serving of Thai, Chinese and European cuisine, with a discotheque on the First Floor, whereas the select Top Floor is reserved for VIP guests, who are entertained by glamorous Russian and other kindred Coyote dancers/hostesses.

Pol. Col. Worawit announced that it is the Chonburi police’s intention to crack down on the many establishments which they strongly suspect are employing both illegal immigrants and foreigners working without work permits. He advised that there is no excuse for not complying with labour law requirements and employers should furnish their foreign employees with the requisite documentation.

Reporter : Kong Siptis   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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