After Patong bar bust, police on the prowl for human trafficking in Pattaya (video)

After the Patong bar bust that made headlines last week, police are on the prowl for human trafficking in Pattaya. Police on Tuesday night time carried out a joint operation in a bid to prevent human trafficking, unlawful medicine, minors, and the carrying of weapons in nightspots in the area.
The operation concerned a police staff comprised of officers from Pattaya Police, Chon Buri Immigration, and Tourist Police. The authorities raided two nightspots in Soi Bongkot in South Pattaya.

The police stated they did not discover any illegal activity after looking out the two venues, The Pattaya News reported. However, Quick vowed to proceed the operation to deter human trafficking, unlawful medication, and the carrying of weapons by patrons or venue guards, and minors.
The chief of Chon Buri Immigration, Pol. Col. Parinya Klinkesorn, said that he needed to make Pattaya a clear and protected vacationer vacation spot. He said the aim was to stop all types of illegal actions.
The operation follows a raid on a bar in Phuket’s Patong area which discovered underage girls being exploited for sexual providers. A variety of people had been arrested, and 5 Patong Police officers were transferred to different posts for their connections to the scandal final week.
Region 8 Police commander Lieutenant General Surapong Thanomjit stated on Monday that the Phuket Provincial Court issued arrest warrants for a Swiss man and two Thai women. However, the Swiss man had fled Thailand, he said.
In the wake of the scandal, a quantity of leisure venues have lost one hundred million baht. Local authorities ordered the early closure of bars, restaurants, and grownup leisure institutions.
Deputy Commander of the Royal Thai Police, Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, said the bar was related to a community of bars in Bangkok and Pattaya..

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