Thai Crime: Bangkok Police Raid Drug Party That Had Been Raided In May

Bangkok police raided a drug party at a gay club that was previously busted for operating illegally in May. It was reported to the police that people were drinking and using drugs inside the large venue on Ramkhamhaeng Soi 21.
In the raid, 10 men were arrested and taken into custody as a result of the involvement of the Children and Women’s Welfare Supervision Division and local Wang Thong Lang officers.
Two buildings, one 3 stories and one 5 stories high, house the large venue with 50 different rooms, including karaoke, a sauna, and even a swimming pool.
As a result of the complaints of drugs and drinking in violation of Covid-19 and Thai anti-drug laws, police searched the premises and found several controlled and illegal substances.
Methamphetamine, commonly known as ice, as well as Viagra and other aphrodisiacs, were taken into evidence by the police. Drug paraphernalia and drug-taking equipment such as syringes were also seized.
Deputy officers from the CWWSD confirmed that 57 people were arrested in May at the same venue. According to reports, the venue decided to reopen and continue operations secretly in the hope that the police would not discover them or arrest them again.
Despite being busted by the police and facing criminal charges previously, the 63-year-old owner still admitted he had no license to operate the business.
Police in Thailand has been cracking down on illegally opened bars, clubs, and entertainment venues, punishing owners, staff, and patrons.

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