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Kinnaree Palace Gentlemans Club Raided By Immigration

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From Pattaya One news....

Popular daytime bar raided by Immigration Police.

In the early hours of Friday Morning, Police Colonel Anon-nut, the Chief of Pattaya's Immigration Office led an operation in the Pratamnuk Area based on a search warrant issued by the Court for a property known as Kinnaree House located between Soi's 4 and 5 off the Pratamnuk Road. The venue is registered as a restaurant; however Immigration suspected the venue was being used as a bar whereby women could be hired for the purpose of sexual services. An undercover operation used foreigners who were armed with marked bank notes took place. As soon as the cash was handed over, the Immigration Officers stormed the building better known as the Kinnaree Palace Gentleman's Club. 26 women suspected of engaging in prostitution were detained and later paid fines at Pattaya Police Station. Two people identified as the manager and owner were also detained and taken to Pattaya Police Station. Khun Nootjarin aged 36 was accused of controlling the suspected prostitutes and Mr. Raymond Rose aged 67 from England was thought to be the owner of the premise. Both are now assisting Police with their enquiries and for now the future of the venue is in the hands of the Police.

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From Pattaya One news....

Popular daytime bar raided by Immigration Police.

In the early hours of Friday Morning, Police Colonel Anon-nut, the Chief of Pattaya's Immigration Office led an operation in the Pratamnuk Area based on a search warrant issued by the Court for a property known as Kinnaree House located between Soi's 4 and 5 off the Pratamnuk Road. The venue is registered as a restaurant; however Immigration suspected the venue was being used as a bar whereby women could be hired for the purpose of sexual services. An undercover operation used foreigners who were armed with marked bank notes took place. As soon as the cash was handed over, the Immigration Officers stormed the building better known as the Kinnaree Palace Gentleman's Club. 26 women suspected of engaging in prostitution were detained and later paid fines at Pattaya Police Station. Two people identified as the manager and owner were also detained and taken to Pattaya Police Station. Khun Nootjarin aged 36 was accused of controlling the suspected prostitutes and Mr. Raymond Rose aged 67 from England was thought to be the owner of the premise. Both are now assisting Police with their enquiries and for now the future of the venue is in the hands of the Police.

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Nearly every bar in Pattaya is a brothel employing prostitutes. so what is the difference fom the above

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Nearly every bar in Pattaya is a brothel employing prostitutes. so what is the difference fom the above

Tea money!!!

Went there once (for a beer) quite a nice place and very popular. Expect the Jade House et al to become quite busy as all these old expats will need their hidden away afternoon oats somewhere :o

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An undercover operation used foreigners??? Does that imply they were employed to do this and if so did they have work permits????

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Perhaps the Pattaya vounteer police have had some involvement? I hope not because that would be outside their remit.

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My guess(just MY thought) is his buisness was to strong for the local mafia(note: farangs was use in undercover operation using MARK bank notes)and they need to take him and the Ms down. :o

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Perhaps the Pattaya vounteer police have had some involvement? I hope not because that would be outside their remit.

Wouldn't be the first time. They have used 'undercover farangs' in drug stings on Walking Street several times, never find out who they are though.

Edit// BTW, the foreigners handed over the marked bank notes, I assume they then had to sample the services on offer to secure a conviction. Where do I sign up??

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and for now the future of the venue is in the hands of the Police.

Place is probably a good earner and the tight-shirts thought is was time for a change in ownership :o

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An undercover operation used foreigners??? Does that imply they were employed to do this and if so did they have work permits????

That is definately the scariest part of the story!! :o

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what interest do farangs have in helping the police take down a brothel???

Could it be that a deal has been done with the gangsters in tight brown and the farangs' leader will be the 'managemen' of the new order with his henchmen given key positions a la Bada Bing with the constabulary taking the lion's share of the profits? Could it be?

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what interest do farangs have in helping the police take down a brothel???

Could it be that a deal has been done with the gangsters in tight brown and the farangs' leader will be the 'managemen' of the new order with his henchmen given key positions a la Bada Bing with the constabulary taking the lion's share of the profits? Could it be?

Sounds like you might be right bungy. Some westeners can be a treacherous lot.

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This unfortunate has just spent a fortune opening a new place ( next to Tourist Police ! ) and the boys in brown go and lay the boot in !!

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From Pattaya One news....

Popular daytime bar raided by Immigration Police.

In the early hours of Friday Morning, Police Colonel Anon-nut, the Chief of Pattaya's Immigration Office led an operation in the Pratamnuk Area based on a search warrant issued by the Court for a property known as Kinnaree House located between Soi's 4 and 5 off the Pratamnuk Road. The venue is registered as a restaurant; however Immigration suspected the venue was being used as a bar whereby women could be hired for the purpose of sexual services. An undercover operation used foreigners who were armed with marked bank notes took place. As soon as the cash was handed over, the Immigration Officers stormed the building better known as the Kinnaree Palace Gentleman's Club. 26 women suspected of engaging in prostitution were detained and later paid fines at Pattaya Police Station. Two people identified as the manager and owner were also detained and taken to Pattaya Police Station. Khun Nootjarin aged 36 was accused of controlling the suspected prostitutes and Mr. Raymond Rose aged 67 from England was thought to be the owner of the premise. Both are now assisting Police with their enquiries and for now the future of the venue is in the hands of the Police.

Reading this report begs this question...<deleted> where the immigration police doing investigating and raiding a restaurant suspected of being a cover for prostitution.... :o:D , surely this would have been a matter for the "normal" police...not immigration, unless of course the suspected prostitutes where not Thai...

But love the last line..."the future of the venue is in the hands of the police"... :D ....so should be business as usual once the tea money has been paid on a regular basis

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<deleted> where the immigration police doing investigating and raiding a restaurant suspected of being a cover for prostitution...
There may be more to the story here. Non-Thai sex workers I presume?

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