“Pattaya police” raided a famous pub. They sold hookah, opened late, and were obstinate

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At 3:00 a.m. on December 3, 2022, Lt. Col. Chakraphan Kittisiripornkul, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Chonburi Province, Pol. Col. Kulchat Kulchai, Superintendent of Pattaya City Police Station, and Pol. Lt. Col. Suriya Phothongnak, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sor Sor Por 2, led the staff break into an entertainment venue on Walking Street, South Patta.

By the arresting police directing the examination of entertainment venues in Pattaya in an effort to prohibit the establishments from staying open past the legal cut-off hour, the illegal operation of these establishments will be prevented. which majority collaborate The business was closed on schedule, but it was discovered that it was still open for smuggling, therefore the police were summoned to do an inspection. I was astounded to see that more than 150 international visitors were still permitted to consume alcoholic beverages. joyfully move to the rhythm of the music Some groups sit and smoke hookah like drunks. Officials issued an order to suspend all operations. and may discover foreigners by examining their IDs and passports As a result, up to 16 hookah stoves were examined and seized as evidence.

The shopkeeper and 16 hookah stoves were first delivered to investigators by the arresting officers. Report a complaint. Open a place of business past the legal closing hour. sale of alcoholic beverages over the legal time restriction Hookah smuggling without authorisation to pursue additional legal action

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