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22 January 2013 :: 13:01:22 pm 70624

Sattahip Brothel With Laotians Raided By Cops

A brother and sister from Kalasin province were arrested by Sattahip police for operating a brothel with Laotian prostitutes. The Laotian woman were between ages 19-24, and had entered Thailand legally on tourist visas. The 10 arrested Laotians all wanted to work as prostitutes, the suspects said.
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On January 21, 2013, at 1:30 a.m., a dozen people were arrested on charges of prostitution by Pol. Lt. Gen. Vinai Thongsong, Commissioner, section 2; Pol. Maj. Gen. Kosol Puavech, Deputy Commissioner; Pol. Maj. Gen. Kiettiphong Ngaomuk, Commander; Pol. Col. Chonnaphat Nawalak, Superintendent, Sattahip police station; Pol. Lt. Col. Passakorn Praijit, Deputy Superintendent; with the police team of Protecting Children and Women and Subduing for Human Trade; together with the officers from the shelter for children and families, Chonburi province.

The police had received complaints that a brothel had smuggled in Laotian women to sell sexual services illegally at the Sudsoi bar, with no listed address at Moo 3 in Tambon Sattahip.

When initially inspecting the bar, undercover officers saw Laotian women between the ages of 19-24 sitting around waiting to sell their sexual services. Some women were drinking liquor with the customers.

So the police arranged for undercover agents to purchase sexual services. Once the deal was concluded, the Sattahip police officers identified themselves and arrested 12 people, including a brother and sister who were running the brothel.

They were identified as Mrs. Kamolporn Khamkallaya, age 41; and Mr. Sakda Khamkallaya, age 27, both from Tambon Nong Yai, Amphur Nongkungsri, Kalasin province. After their arrests, the brother and sister pair confessed to owning the brothel.

Mrs. Kamolporn told police that the Laotian women had entered Thailand legally with passports and tourist visas. The Laotian women then worked as prostitutes for them. Customers were charged 1,250 THB for sex, and were limited to 45 minutes. They were also required to have sex at the Moom Sabai hotel, which had an arrangement with the brothel.

The Laotian women were not allowed to go out with the customers anywhere else. Ms. Kamolporn told police that she did not threaten, force or detain the Laotian women, and all of them were willing to work as prostitutes.

Pol. Lt. Col. Passakorn Praijit, Deputy Superintendent, revealed that after he had received the complaints about the brothel, he coordinated with the police in the area to mobilize forces to arrest the owners of the brothel, which had been disguised to look like a regular bar.

The Laotian women were employed to take care of customers, and then negotiate about the price before going to the Moom Sabai hotel to have sex together.

The police initially charged the brothel owners with arranging for people to sell sexual services, even though it was by their consent, and for opening an illegal brothel. The Laotian prostitutes will be prosecuted and charged with performing illegal work as foreigners.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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