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Walking Street: Has topless Go-Go become a No-No?

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Who needs beautiful topless girls when you've got these.:sad:

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13 minutes ago, Gerard052 said:

Poor little baby.  Why don't you leave for good and join the monks, Pattaya can go without prude guys like you.  I came to Pattaya for drug, sex and Rock N Roll, no necessarily in that order. 

So? I'm talking about people having sex in public, which part you can't understand?

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Is Baccarracaraa  still business as usual.     if not i wont go........................lol.

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6 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

Not if you pay the right dough, dough !

The local BIB will continue to seek the brown envelops to allow different forms of entertainment as that is how that they are paying for their families Mercs but the army of LOS tell the BIB what clubs to raid (notice that all the clubs are not put on notice to stop these activities) .These raids are the army's way of showing the BIB who realy is in charge.The army still remember the way that they were treated when Taksin (the ex cop) was in charge.

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Topless and bottomless dancers are part of the local culture and charm of Thailand.  That is what many tourists say they go to Thailand for, the culture!  Seriously though the authorities need to leave the sex and debauchery alone.  It has it's place and Thailand is very good at it. 

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1 hour ago, Lupatria said:

The TAT needs to find a substitute to "lure" wealthy male tourists from Muslim countries now.

How about Kat- and Sisha-tobacco flavoured KitKat, and burqua belly dancing?

Maybe it already has, has anyone noticed the "Arab Disco" just opened on the 5th floor of a building on Soi 3 Bangkok. closed door and security vet entry. Not hard to find, about 100m from the police box on the other side of Sukhumvit. 

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The raids will not stop this time. Brown envelopes will not stop them. The raids are planned and conducted by the Army and a special Administrative unit that gets its orders from  another source.  The pressure will continue until the GoGo's close; relocate or simply change their format. The powers that be do not like them.

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1 hour ago, mogoso said:

If you were going backwards in time, the bras wouldn't be worn. I'm not sure of the exact time maybe the 1920-30s a law was enacted that women had to have their tops covered in public. Until that time it was optional.

 

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A couple of off topic posts and a troll post have been removed

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7 hours ago, PatOngo said:

Pattaya's integrity restored! Congratulations.

This is a outrage I demand compensation .What is Thailand trying to accomplish ?

18 minutes ago, kennw said:

Maybe it already has, has anyone noticed the "Arab Disco" just opened on the 5th floor of a building on Soi 3 Bangkok. closed door and security vet entry. Not hard to find, about 100m from the police box on the other side of Sukhumvit. 

 

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It will relocate to other places but in a more subdued format.  Tourism will not be hurt by it's demise or relocation. The Western mongers will go somewhere else but the powers in charge don't care. there is more money in the Chinese and middle to upper class Thais that there is in Western tourists who get drunk and fight.  Bangkok is following the same pattern- the relocation has already started. Except in Bangkok- bars are moving out because they cannot afford the rent as the land prices are skyrocketing and they can't increase prices enough  to make up for lost revenue. The thing that may hasten all of this is the new excise tax on alcohol. Even if it is 10-20%- these  price increases will force some bars out of business.

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