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By webfact , February 16, in Thailand News. Provincial Police Region 5 officers joined forces with anti-human trafficking organisations to raid a karaoke bar in Chiang Mai's Muang district yesterday and rescue 13 female workers, including three girls aged under They also seized as evidence the bar's two account books, Bt2, in cash used in the police sting operation, another Bt3, in cash, one plastic coin worth Bt for a sex worker to trade for payment from the bar, and three motorcycles used to deliver the sex workers.
The four were charged with procuring sexual services, living on income from prostitution, and human trafficking and sent to the Chang Pheuk police station. The police raid followed reports that the bar, although having women over 18 as drinking company for guests, also offered sex services by underage girls at BtBt2, per time.
After an undercover official agreed to buy their services, he was told to wait at a nearby motel, where the four suspects brought some hilltribe girls aged The police team then presented themselves and arrested the suspects. After searching a dorm and the bar, police took into custody 13 alleged sex workers, including the three girls aged under Police claim that initial investigations found the girls had been bought from their relatives in Chiang Rai's Mae Sai district and detained for prostitution in Chiang Mai.
He explained that if application was made to the Culture Ministry, the bar must not have prostitutes and alcoholic drinks - while those offering girls and drinks must apply to the much-stricter Interior Ministry. Preecha said there were Bangkok karaoke bars and 6, bars upcountry holding licences from the Culture Ministry.
He said at least 3, bars reportedly violated licence regulations and laws. Preecha said some bars threatened to sue officials refusing to grant them licences. He said the Culture Ministry's licence issuing must be stricter - with follow-up checking to revoke law-violators' licences and fine them up to Bt, in court.