Pattaya Daily News

13 September 2012 :: 16:09:44 pm 66544

Rayong Pub Visitors Beaten By Teens And Security

Three Thai men were beaten by a gang of teens for no reason as they were leaving a popular Rayong pub. The pub’s security guards also confiscated their car keys and forced the victims to prostrate and apologize. The pub’s singer later drove them home.
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RAYONG – September 12, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 5:45 p.m., three men reported being assaulted at a Rayong pub to Pol. Lt. Sarayuth Boonjaem, officer on duty, Rayong police station, Rayong province.

The three victims were identified as Mr. Nivuth Jammathewee, age 35, address 184/25 Moo 5 Tambon Cherngnern, Amphur Muang, Rayong province; Mr. Jaturong Thongyaem, age 26, address 6/4 Tambon Bangmuang, Amphur Muang, Nakornsawan province; and Mr. Thanapat Aroonsrijatuporn, age 26.

The three men said they were beaten by a group of 10 teenagers for no reason and harassed by the security guard who took their car keys at the Baan Tawan pub, Ratbumroong road, Amphur Muang, Rayong province.

The victims said after they were beaten by the teens in the unprovoked attack, the pub’s security guard had prevented them from leaving and seized their car keys. He and another guard also forced them to get out of their car to prostate to apologize. The singer at the pub later assisted them by driving them home.

The victims came to police to file a report to prosecute the suspects for beating them and stealing property.

Mr. Jaturong revealed that he is the son of the newspaper owner in Nakornsawan province, and he had brought his nephew, Mr. Thanapat, from Nakornsawan to visit his brother-in-law Mr. Nivuth Jammathewee and his elder sister, who work in Rayong.

That night, his brother-in-law had taken them to drink liquor at Baan Tawan pub and restaurant, where they stayed until 3 a.m. However, as they were leaving, a group of teenagers were fighting in front of the pub. The group of 10 teens then began beating the three men for no reason, until they were injured.

Mr. Jaturon suffered a broken chin, and his brother-in-law had a severely bruised face. His nephew had a cut and bruised forehead. In the melee, a Galaxy mobile phone and a pair of Carela eyeglasses belonging to the victims were lost.

A dark-skinned security guard then stopped the beating. After the event was starting to clear, the three victims got into their car, a black Toyota Altis, license number KOR NGOR-9024 Rayong.

But suddenly the guard seized the car keys and didn’t allow them to leave. He forced the injured men to get out of the car to prostrate to the guard to apologize. But after the victims prostrated and apologized to the guard, he still didn’t return their car keys. Finally the singer in the pub drove them back home.

Later, Pol. Col. Sukitti Sawaikiert, the superintendent of Rayong province commanded Pol. Lt. Col. Damrongrak Malithong, the inspector, Rayong police station, and his subordinates to find the trouble makers. He also asked to see the pub’s CCTV footage to identify the security guard and his co-workers.

If the police cannot find the troublemakers, they will have to close the pub, the police commander said, because it sets a bad example for other entertainment centers. Tourists who come to travel in Rayong must be assured of their safety. Arrogant security guards who beat and harass visitors create a bad image for tourism, the police commander said.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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