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Well known Phuket pub ordered shut for 30 days following shooting death


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The deputy governor and acting governor of Phuket Anuphap Rortkhwanyortrabam told Thai Rath that the Sod! pub in Muang district had been ordered to shut for 30 days. 

 

The pub was the scene of a fatal shooting on Monday when a bouncer opened fire in the car park.

 

The suspension to operate order will run from yesterday to September 3rd.

 

The bouncer has surrendered to police.

 

There had been an argument outside after closing time.

 

The pub is also at the center of allegations that it was operating illegally and had no right to serve alcohol. 

 

The shooting incident - in which there was also an injury - is being investigated along with the other allegations. 

 

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Lucky it was only a shooting death, and not a death shooting. That would have been terrible.

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Always amused at the name of this place whenever I drove past. 

 

But I like 70s sitcoms and Carry On films!

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"allegations that it was operating illegally and had no right to serve alcohol. " shouldn't be allegations. It's surely black and white! They either can or can't legally serve booze.

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11 hours ago, webfact said:

center of allegations that it was operating illegally and had no right to serve alcohol. 

Well I never, another Thai "business" out to make a quick buck!!!

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

The pub is also at the center of allegations that it was operating illegally and had no right to serve alcohol. 

Another place with no licence to operate... yet monthly rent paid to the police no doubt.

Corrupt to the core.

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