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  Bagarre au Ruby club
Posté par : elmadrileno312.0 - 11/02/2018, 10:25 - Forum : News - Réponses (9)

J'en parlait hier sur la shoot


https://news.thaivisa.com/article/16116/...bar-report

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  Thai cops deny any sex freebies at massage parlour
Posté par : Axl - 18/01/2018, 07:16 - Forum : News - Réponses (2)

Thai cops deny any sex freebies at massage parlour

When officers from the Department of Special Investigation raided a commercial sex venue Friday, they found more than 100 sex workers, some believed to be underage and forced into prostitution.

They also found something else: A ledger that appeared to document visits by officers from a local police station to the brothel – called Victoria’s Secret – for free services. Other pages also allegedly recorded free “food and beverages” for cops from five agencies, local tax office agents and even anti-trafficking officials.

One page listed the “chief of Wang Thong Lang Police Station” as a client who received services worth 2,750 baht on Sept 18. The same “chief” returned there five days later for more, the ledger showed.

Another page recorded that 6,000 baht worth of food and drinks were served to a Bangkok metro police commander.

By Monday, every agency implicated in the ledger had denied involvement, while investigators said they are preoccupied identifying victims of human trafficking among the arrested women. Meanwhile, five senior officers at Wang Thong Lang Police Station were suspended from active duty in the wake of the raid.

“I don’t think it’s real,” deputy station commander Pichai Toontham said, when asked about the records in the ledger. “There’s no such [visits], because police are not allowed to do that.”

Underage Girls, Police ‘Bribe Ledger’ Discovered in Raid on Ratchada Flesh Parlor

Pichai was among the five officers removed from active duty alongside station chief Thammanoon Boonrueng. Col. Thammanoon could not be reached for comment as of press time. Pichai declined to discuss his transfer.

“It is up to the judgement of my supervisor. I’d prefer not to answer that question,” Lt. Col. Pichai said when asked if he believes he was being treated fairly.

A combined force of Department of Special Investigation officers, soldiers and police raided the brothel Friday near Rama IX Road. Officials said they were acting on a tip that underage girls and trafficked women were being forced to work there.

A total of 133 sex workers were taken into custody. The 55-year-old manager, Boonsap Amornrattanasiri, was arrested and charged with human trafficking. Five of his aides are being held for questioning, police said.

Police spokesman Krissana Pattanacharoen said Sunday that none of the workers was proven to be underage so far, while immigration police said Monday that at least 20 people appeared to have been trafficked from neighboring countries Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

Victoria’s Secret is among scores of brothels euphemistically called massage parlors that dot Bangkok and are concentrated in its red light districts. Inside, sex workers give clients baths, massages and sexual services.

Baksheesh Files
Critics and anti-human trafficking activists have long accused police of turning blind eye to the flesh parlors in their jurisdictions, or worse, profiting by accepting bribes to turn a blind eye.

Pages from the ledger allegedly discovered at Victoria’s Secret were soon posted online by several Facebook pages, sparking criticism and ridicule of the force.

“It’s so good to be a cop! Free housing, free education for kids, reimbursement if their wives die or their parents get sick, and now fucking for free!” user Sarawoot Saiyapibal wrote in a thread.

The agencies implicated in the alleged ledger were the Wang Thong Lang police, Anti-Human Trafficking Division, Immigration Police, 2nd division of the Crime Suppression Division, Metropolitan Police’s 4th Division and Revenue Department’s 11th District Office.

All of them have either outright denied knowledge or said an investigation is ongoing.

“Our agency is not involved in this in any way,” anti-human trafficking division chief Kornchai Klayklueng said.

“We have examined the information. None of our officials ever used their service,” Revenue Department spokesman Kittipol Singhapol said. “I don’t know the establishment made mention of our name in the book.”

“Our commander has ordered a fact-finding inquiry into this matter,” immigration deputy chief Phakphumpipat Sajjaphan said, also noting that no one was identified by name in the purported ledger.

Col. Arun Vajirasrisukanya, commander of the Crime Suppression Division unit implicated in the ledger, suggested someone could have falsely claimed to represent his force.

“Bangkok is not even our jurisdiction, so there’s no reason we would take care of that area. In short, someone could have made a false claim to be us,” Arun said.

Maj. Gen. Teerapong Wongratpitak, the metro police 4th division commander identified in the ledger as visiting Oct. 2, said he wasn’t even around that day — and he had an alibi to prove it.

Teerapong said he was drinking with his buddies in northern Bangkok till 11pm that night and went home afterward. He suggested that staff at Victoria Secret could have forged the record of his 6,000 baht bill in order to collect the money for themselves.

“I think the cashier and manager were colluding with each other. It could have been embezzlement,” Teerapong said. “I’ve never been there. I never even drank a glass of water there.”

Follow the Money (Until No One is Looking)
Secret ledgers have previously drawn a line between the commercial sex world and cop wallets, and despite solemn vows to get to the bottom of what happened, there was little consequence.

A raid on another flesh parlor in 2016 turned up a similar register that had records of bribes paid to different police agencies.

The implicated officers denied involvement, and police brass pledged an investigation into the alleged bribes, at least until public interest subsided.

Gen. Chalermkiat Srivorakan, a commander of the department in charge of the 2016 investigation, said the chief of Huai Khwang Police Station and his deputy at the time received some form of “disciplinary punishment” for the alleged bribes.

Results of inquiries against other officers implicated in the ledger found at the Nataree have been sent to Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission Office, but the outcome has yet to finalized, he said.

“No one was fired or suspended,” Chalermkiat said. “Our part of the investigation is over.
https://pattayaone.news/en/thai-cops-den...e-parlour/

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  Bangkok enterre ses câbles
Posté par : Axl - 11/01/2018, 11:36 - Forum : News - Pas de réponse

C'est une photo classique que prennent les touristes de passage à Bangkok: l'enchevêtrement des câbles électriques au-dessus des trottoirs de la capitale thaïlandaise.
Eléments pittoresques de la ville, ils donnent souvent lieu à des scènes cocasses, avec des employés chargés de leur maintenance jouant les équilibristes pieds nus dessus, à plusieurs mètres au-dessus du sol.

Et il n'est pas rare de voir des camions y rester accrochés, obligeant leurs conducteurs à grimper sur le toit pour se libérer.

Mais ce folklore est bientôt terminé: pour rendre les rues plus nettes et pour éviter les coupures de courant dues aux chutes de câbles, les autorités ont décidé de les enterrer, comme cela se fait dans de nombreux pays.

De larges tronçons de la rue Sukhumvit, l'immense artère centrale qui traverse les quartiers commerciaux et touristiques, ont ainsi vu leurs fils électriques disparaître ces dernières semaines.

"C'est une rue commerçante, il y a des hôtels et des étrangers qui vivent par ici. Quand ils verront comme la rue est belle, ils se passeront le mot", espère Prasonk Kumpradit, un responsable de la compagnie d'électricité publique.

Le projet d'enfouissement était dans les tuyaux depuis des années, mais beaucoup estiment que des commentaires négatifs de Bill Gates dans un post sur Facebook en 2016 ont soudain donné à ce dossier un coup d'accélérateur.

Effaré lors d'une visite à Bangkok par les noeuds de fils électriques surplombant les trottoirs de la capitale thaïlandaise, il avait lui aussi pris en photo le phénomène, l'imputant de façon erronée aux branchements sauvages d'habitants fraudeurs. Il avait ensuite effacé le post.

Une goutte d'eau
Jusqu'à présent, 1.184 poteaux électriques ont été retirés de trois des plus grandes rues de la ville. Et au cours des cinq prochaines années, les autorités prévoient de retirer les câbles de 39 autres rues, ce qui représentera un total de 127 kilomètres de réseau.

Une goutte d'eau, sur un réseau qui compte plus de 3.000 kilomètres pour Bangkok et sa région. Les autorités ne cachent pas que le centre de Bangkok est leur priorité.

"Le principal avantage de ce système est la sécurité. Une fois que les câbles seront souterrains, le problème des perturbations pouvant causer des pannes aura disparu", ajoute Prasonk.

La junte au pouvoir depuis un coup d'Etat en mai 2014 a plus largement entrepris de nettoyer les rues de Bangkok, dans un grand plan qui vise aussi à se débarrasser des vendeurs de rue, qui vendent gadgets ou nourriture à chaque coin de rue.

La décision de s'attaquer aux vendeurs de rue, symboles d'une "street food" qui séduit habitants comme touristes, a suscité une levée de boucliers.

Mais peu de Bangkokiens regretteront les noeuds de câbles qui pendent, parfois dangereusement, au-dessus de leurs têtes dans la rue.

"Retirer ces fils est une très bonne idée. Cela rend la ville plus propre, plus claire et plus plaisante", estime ainsi Sukanya Phuangdech, femme au foyer de 45 ans.

https://lepetitjournal.com/bangkok/bangk...que-220735

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  RIP Nessy
Posté par : HankChinaski - 09/01/2018, 20:50 - Forum : News - Réponses (1)

Nessy du Toy Box, ainsi qu'un piéton Coréen viennent d'être tués par un abruti (mort aussi) parce qu'il roulait trop vite. Pleurs


http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/a...d/30335776


P.S. Les mecs si vous voulez utiliser les deux roues faites gaffe à la vitesse et ne picolez pas...  Ou alors évitez de transporter des filles  En colère

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