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Chiang Mai club raided in Pa Cha Tek operation for serving underage drinkers


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In the early hours of today, a popular club in Chang Phueak, Chiang Mai, was raided as part of the Pa Cha Tek operation.

 

Led by Atsathit Sampantarat, Director of the Department of Provincial Administration, the operation was launched after the club was discovered to be allowing underage patrons, as young as 18, to enter and buy alcohol.

 

The operation was initiated at 12.30am as Halloween celebrations were in full swing. The club, named Le Nerve Pub, located in the Chang Phueak district of Chiang Mai, was notorious for serving alcohol to minors and operating beyond permitted hours, causing a nuisance to locals. Upon entry, nearly 300 revellers were found inside the club, the majority of whom were underage.

 

Atsathit highlighted that more than 90% of the patrons were young people, including students aged 17 to 19 from local educational institutions. He added that the club was filled with loud music and pulsating laser lights when the police arrived, causing panic among the young patrons who tried to escape through the front and back doors of the club. However, all exits were securely covered by the raiding team, preventing anyone from leaving, reported KhaoSod.

 

by Nattapong Westwood

Picture courtesy of KhaoSod.

 

Full story: The Thaiger 2023-11-01

 

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Chiang Mai police officers reassigned following unlicensed nightspot raid
by Mitch Connor

 

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The acting commissioner of Provincial Police Region 5, Police Major General Krittapon Yeesakhon, reassigned five senior officers from the Chang Phueak Police Station in Chiang Mai to inactive roles, pending an investigation. This decision is a response to a raid on an unlicensed nightspot within their jurisdiction.

 

The order affected Chang Phueak Police Chief, Pol. Col. Kittipong Phetmunee and four of his subordinates, who were relocated to inactive positions at the Chiang Mai Provincial Police’s operation centre. The duration of the investigation is currently estimated to be around 15 days.

 

In the recent past, these five officers had been transferred to the same centre following an investigation into their allowance of a gambling den located in the Santitham area of Tambon Chang Phueak. This occurred on August 10 and was accompanied by a crackdown executed by the Department of Provincial Administration’s (DPA) special unit.

 

Full story: The Thaiger 2023-11-02

 

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So, they are punished for taking own initiative on an unlicensed nightclub? In reality punished for being good and doing their work, instead of being steered from the top that received the envelope.

 

Tragic Thailand! Very tragic.

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36 minutes ago, Gottfrid said:

So, they are punished for taking own initiative on an unlicensed nightclub? In reality punished for being good and doing their work, instead of being steered from the top that received the envelope.

 

Tragic Thailand! Very tragic.

 

   The officers punished were not those taking part in the raid .

The punished officers allowed the bar to open illegally and that is why they were removed from their position 

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9 hours ago, Nick Carter icp said:

 

   The officers punished were not those taking part in the raid .

The punished officers allowed the bar to open illegally and that is why they were removed from their position 

Ok, thanks! Didn´t read proper, but again thanks for the clarification.

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There are dozens smack in the middle of residential areas in the Changpuak district with appartment blocks, small moo bans , even schools .....who don't give a xxxx because they know every call to the local post of xxxxx is a waste of time . "What is it? Where is it? Right around the corner from us you say? Well, I never saw that.....we'll send someone...." And most of them have live bands and open air venues that operate way past 2400 (where trying to watch TV or go to bed even before that time is raising one's blood pressure .....making money, that justifies everything . Or some infamous Footsall places with unbelievably loud speaker systems where during the village boys' "games" someone who believes himself a sports reporter screams and hollers until the roof rises and after the "games" some peepee girls do their karaoke and drum on whatever is available , the neighbourhood loves it and a call to those who are not in charge is useless. And all these are allowed to open until 4 ? When everybody knows full well that each and all venues will interpret themselves into a "designated area"....the envelopes tell them that will be so. And as usual after the initial start there are no troops around to check alcohol levels of <deleted> getting on their motorbikes or tuned up Coronas and race down the highway. The parking lot of the police stations tell a gruesome tale.....after the fact. All this to sell alcohol from the monopoly companies.

But then again, the marionettes are not in charge and " the family's" estates are far away from being annoyed by the pleb's noise and hullaballoo. And then one wonders why the aggression in society increases in view of all these "...but they only want to make money...." ideas of an unelected government that always unstoppably fail to listen to "the people" they are so concerned about.

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