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THAI POLICE CHIEF: “FOREIGN NIGHTLIFE MAFIA” OPERATING BANGKOK NIGHTCLUBS

Torsak Sukvimol and Surachate Hakpal, deputy national police heads, supervised the examinations of 200 tourism police officers ahead of the holiday rush.

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Space and K Bangkok on RCA; Hollywood, Brooz, and Asgard in Huai Khwang; and Baby Face in the Khlong Tan neighborhood were the venues targeted.

Torsak warned that bars with drugs, firearms, or underage clientele might have their licenses removed for a five-year period.

He also said that foreign investors act like mafia in Thailand’s nightlife industry, and that police and immigration authorities are working together to root them out.

He stated the police would be fair to pub owners when it came to drug usage. If authorities discover that visitors used narcotics inside the venue after purchasing them outside, they will concentrate their efforts on them instead of the nightclubs.

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Surachate stated that police will be monitoring pubs owned not just by the Chinese but also by Thais.

He admits to obtaining information from Chuwit Kamolvisit, a former lawmaker and massage parlour owner.

The statement came after raiding Bangkok clubs

Thailand will forbid 237 Chinese nationals from entering the country again.

According to a preliminary inquiry, the club is owned by a Chinese national who has been using a tourist visa to run the establishment unlawfully for a few months.

According to reports, the authorities were alerted to illicit activities taking place at the club, including drug parties and illegal gambling that catered to Chinese patrons.

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The Thai Police Chief, Pol Gen Damrongsak, stated that those who tested positive for drugs will be permanently barred from entering Thailand.

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