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11 November 2009 :: 12:11:03 pm 8464

Bahraini Prostitution Trafficker Arrested Hiding In Pattaya Hotel

A wanted Bahraini national has been arrested hiding in a Pattaya Hotel on the charge of prostitution trafficking. The man has been trafficking Thai women usually from North East of Thailand (Ihsan), to Bahrain under false pretences eventually forcing them to prostitute themselves against their will.
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Pattaya, 11th of November 2009 (PDN): Police Major General Nonwanatkirt Klinphong, an investigator from the Human Trade Division of Thailand along with fellow officers arrested Mr Mohamed Ebrahim Yasuf Naser Isa, age 27, of Bahraini nationality. Mr Mohamed Ebrahim Yasuf Naser Isa was arrested in room 404 of the Marine Plaza Hotel, South Pattaya. Police had an international warrant in their possession allowing them to enter the room without permission.

Mr Mohamed Ebrahim Yasuf Naser Isa is believed to be part of a gang of overseas prostitution traffickers with known members hiding in both Bahrain and Thailand. The gang is accused of deceiving Thai girls into travelling to Bahrain, with the intention of working as massage girls in Bahraini hotels. Once they arrive in Bahrain, they are taken away by the gang and forced into prostituting themselves on the streets. If the girls refuse they are then beaten until they agree to comply.

Two Thai girls involved with the gang for sometime have managed to escape the clutches of the gang, going to the Thai Embassy in Bahrain to declare their situations. The Bahraini and Thai officials have worked closely in co-operation, already arresting several of the gang members hiding in Bahrain. The Bahrain Embassy in Thailand helped to inform local authorities of the existence of Mr Mohamed Ebrahim Yasuf Naser Isa making it easy for police to find and arrest him. Thai Human Trade Division officers are aware of other Bahraini nationals hiding in Pattaya that are affiliated with the gang, but as yet however they have not been able to track them down.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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