Authorities in Pattaya appear to think that travelers yearn for the security and security of club raids each night. That was the factor provided for the most recent in a long series of almost nighttime raids on clubs and night life home entertainment places last night. In the early hours of this early morning, cops closed down a club that was running after legal hours and questioned the legality of the club entirely.
Simply after 3am, Pattaya City Authorities were signed up with by Bang Lamung district officers to rob a home entertainment location. The location, 169 Club, was still open, serving beverages and hosting partiers long after the 2am curfew for all home entertainment places to close.
When cops robbed 169 Club, they discovered over 100 clients consuming alcohol and taking pleasure in the music. Authorities required the music be stopped instantly and purchased the location closed. All clubs are needed to close at 2am and this club was open an hour after lawfully allowable.
What the cops didn’t discover was an operating license. The supervisor of the club was questioned by cops and The Pattaya News reports that, when requested for legal files, he was not able to produce any. It is possible that the home entertainment location was running without a company license or an alcohol license.
The supervisor was then apprehended and carried to the Pattaya City Police Headquarters. He deals with charges for running a bar without a license.
Authorities have actually been punishing home entertainment and night life places that have actually not been following the laws in Pattaya. They have actually shut a number of bars that have actually been opening beyond the legal curfew, which is 2am in spite of heavy presses to extend it to 4am. Lots of that have actually been robbed have actually been not able to show that they are certified and running lawfully.