What is happening in thousands of bars every day in Pattaya cannot happen on the sea. Sexy prostitutes can exhib themselves in all the streets of Pattaya, dancing at the pole even in front of the most popular shopping mall, overlooking tourists buying Cartier perfume and Gucci bags at Central Festival from their semi-naked asses where everyone (kids, family) can see. This is ok. But doing it on a private boat, far from any voyeur eye, nah! Thai logic at its best. The reason is probably that the boat didn’t paid tea money? Police are not going to do the collection with Jet ski!
Morality, do not compete with the local prostitution, or if you do it, do not advertise it on your facebook page! But I forgot, there is no prostitution in Thailand (repeat after me), specially in Pattaya.
Let’s read the official news and have some fun!
Thai police said Tuesday that they have arrested an Australian man for allegedly promoting sex cruises with prostitutes on a Facebook page.
Police said Stephen Allan Carpenter, 49, was arrested Monday night in the central province of Saraburi. He was brought to the seaside resort town of Pattaya, where he operated his business and where an arrest warrant had been issued.
Carpenter has been charged with procuring women for prostitution, posting pornographic material online, overstaying his visa, and working illegally as a tour guide.
Carpenter’s business, AUSTHAI Tours, advertised online a six-hour cruise with women at a cost of between 38,000 baht ($1,187) and 50,000 baht ($1,562), Police Lt. Col. Dullayapat Techapornyasin of the Transnational Crime Coordination Center said.
Police said an officer contacted Carpenter and posed as a customer. He then wired half the money as a deposit into a bank account, as instructed by the suspect. After the money went through, the police obtained an arrest warrant.