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Pattaya police raid restaurant near Bali Hai for the fourth time over allegedly selling alcohol and shisha, as well as breaking Covid -19 rules


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Police raided a restaurant near Bali Hai last night (November 11th) for allegedly selling alcohol, shisha, and breaking Covid-19 orders with an estimated 100 people at the venue not socially distancing, wearing masks, or taking other precautions.

 

The Pattaya City Police led by Active Police Chief Colonel Maykawit Praditphon raided the Sky Mountain restaurant where about 100 Thais and foreigners were allegedly found drinking alcohol at the venue. Some customers were also reportedly found using shisha according to Colonel Praditphon.

 

The restaurant caretaker, whose name was not released to the media, was taken to the Pattaya City Police Station to face charges of illegally opening an entertainment venue, illegally selling alcohol and baraku, and breaking the Chonburi Disease Control Orders. Customers were not arrested or fined and were released by police following the raid on the restaurant.

 

Full Story: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/11/12/pattaya-police-raid-restaurant-near-bali-hai-for-the-fourth-time-over-allegedly-selling-alcohol-and-shisha-as-well-as-breaking-covid-19-rules/

 

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54 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

Customers were not arrested or fined and were released by police following the raid on the restaurant.

from what I can see in the photos they were all Thai

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Customers were not arrested or fined and were released by police following the raid on the restaurant.

That's interesting. I wonder why this has changed?

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16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The restaurant caretaker, whose name was not released to the media, was taken to the Pattaya City Police Station to face charges of illegally opening an entertainment venue, illegally selling alcohol and baraku, and breaking the Chonburi Disease Control Orders.

The owner lives on to employ another caretaker and open up for the weekend?

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Why let the people enjoy themselves and blow off a little steam, when it gets in the way of the overall objective of "purification of the nation"? 

 

After all having a beer, or a glass of wine with dinner can be a very dangerous activity. Terrible leadership? Phooey. Not important. 

 

This continued foolishness, and extreme ignorance will limit Thailand to just a very small trickle of tourism for some time to come. Their blindness comes at a very high cost to the economy. For some, especially tourists, why even bother eating out if one cannot enjoy a harmless drink with your meal? 

 

Woe is Thailand, with this staggering lack of leadership and courage. 

 

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On 11/12/2021 at 4:23 PM, PoorSucker said:

Okej, good news.

See you there tonight.

Why after three previous raids finding the same or similar conditions is this venue even allowed to continue operating? 

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5 hours ago, DefaultName said:

So, they didn't fine customers.  What would have happened if they'd been Farrang customers?  😳

 

20k baht for farang.  A wai for Thai's.  It's called "the dual justice system."  🙂  

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17 hours ago, DefaultName said:

So, they didn't fine customers.  What would have happened if they'd been Farrang customers?  😳

They would have been taken to the police station, had their names recorded, and issued with a fine. (And the police would be back round town spending it later). Feel quite confident about that.... 

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