Pattaya Daily News

19 September 2016 :: 05:09:10 am 115770

Underground Venue Raided

Pattaya officials raided illegal entertainment venue on Pratamnak hill after night owls always consumed drug there.
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PATTAYA – September 17,2016 [PattayaDailyNews]; at 23.00pm Mr Chakorn Kanchanawatta, chief of Bang Lamung district, was accompanied with police and administrative officers to inspect The Cliff Pool Club At Pattaya, entertainment venue located on Pratamnak hill, after the officials found out that the operator illegally operated and local teenagers consumed drug there.


At the location it was closed place with tough security and the operator held Boom Cash concert held by Mr Rujthipat Homsud aged 32. Mr Patinya Tharnchai aged 27 was identified as manager of the venue.


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In addition, there were famous artists performing on the stage amongst around 100 Thais and foreigners.


Therefore, the officers had to turn on the light before starting inspection. Some persons failed drug test; therefore, the officers had to detain the suspects and Mr Rujipat to Pattaya police station.


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Upon questioning Mr Rujipat he claimed that he rented this place from Flick Cliff And Pool Club Co.,Ltd for holding the concert and he had no idea this is illegal.


Initially, Mr Rujipat and Mr Patinya would have to be file charges of operating entertainment venue without permission and promoting alcohol drink. In addition, the officials would report Chonburi governor in order to request warrant to close the operator.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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