BANGKOK: — A police raid on a top Bangkok massage parlour was broadcast live online as the crackdown on soapy sex reached a new audience Monday.
Starring in the “Live from Emmanuelle Show” broadcast from Din Daeng was a group of Bangkok top brass led by deputy chief of Region 1 Sompong Chingduang. While most of the girls understandably hid their faces the police were happy to appear smiling and wai-ing for the cameras as they did their duty.
No law breaking was discovered at all. The license was in order, there were no underage girls and all were Thai citizens. In fact no foreigners were used in the making of this movie that appeared on the Khaosod Faceboook page.
Two other “Ab Ob Nuat” (soapy massage) establishments in the Huay Kwang district were also raided with similar results, reported Daily News
Everything at The Lord in Rachadapisek was above board while at Soulmate in Rama 9 Road, also Huay Kwang, thirty massage girls were all over 20 years old, as were 20 “cheer” girls and serving girls. All urine tests for drugs came back negative and no foreigners were in sight.
Charn Thiangtham, 48, who was in charge, produced the correct license for the 26 room establishment.
Several massage parlours have now been visited following the raid on the Nataree Massage last week when underage girls and foreigners were found. Many top officers at Huay Kwang police station have been moved to inactive posts following the Nataree raid when an alleged tea money list was uncovered.
Meanwhile police are still investigating the relevance of the issuing of beer chits to foreign massage girls at Nataree amid suggestions they were used to pay off police to stop arrests for illegal working.
It has now been revealed that the chits were in the shape of a lion or Singh in Thai.