Pattaya Daily News

08 March 2013 :: 12:03:40 pm 72718

No Sympathy for Devilish Pimps At Rolling Stones Bar

A 16-year-old bargirl working at the Rolling Stones bar on Soi 7 was arrested along with the cashier and bar owner, after the bargirl was made available to have sex with an undercover agent for 6,000 baht. Police also arrested a nearby lottery ticket seller for interfering with the bust.
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PATTAYA – March 7, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10:30 p.m., a police undercover operation resulted in the arrests of four people at a Soi 7 bar for employing a minor girl who was available for sex. The bust was announced by Pol. Sub. Lt. Nithit Krairach, Deputy Inspector of the Center of Protecting Children, Teenagers and Women, Chonburi province; together with the detective police team.

A police investigation revealed that a beer bar named Rolling Stone Bar in Soi 7 off Beach Road was smuggling teen girls under age 18 to sell sexual service to foreign tourists. So the police sent an undercover agent to bring cash for 6,000 THB to make a lure purchase. Police first photocopied the banknotes for evidence.

The agent then arranged with the bar’s cashier to have sex with a 16-year-old bargirl. The cashier was identified as Ms. Nualjan Thaplakorn, age 29, from Tambon Na Phu, Amphur Phen, Udornthani province.

Ms. Nualjan then sent the teen bargirl to meet with the undercover officer. After the money was handed over and the minor bargirl clearly agreed to have sex in return, she was arrested. Police then entered the Rolling Stones bar and arrested the cashier and the owner, identified as Mr. Niphon Kaewsaeng, age 34, from Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung.

The arrested suspects were all taken to investigate at Pattaya police station. During questioning, the bar cashier and the bar owner denied all accusations. The police made notes for evidence and restrained the two adults to be sent to the investigation officer at Pattaya police station.

As for the teenage girl, she will be sent to the Center of Developing and Restoring Children, Chonburi province. A bystander who strongly opposed the undercover operation by officers was also arrested, said Pol. Sub. Lt. Nithit. The angry bystander was identified as Mr. Yusil Alomek, age 23, from Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung.

Mr. Yusil is a half-breed man who is a lottery ticket seller. The police detained Mr. Yusil and charged him in an accusation of opposing the operations of police officers conducting their duty, in making the lure purchase regarding illegal human trading, to be prosecuted further according to the law.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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