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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

28 Russian Hookers Busted In Pattaya Go-Go Raids


Two Walking Street go-go bars were busted on Monday night with Pattaya police cuffing 28 Russian and Kazakh dancers found to be working illegally.

Six women working without work permits were taken from Moulin Rouge with a further 22 arrested at Crazy Russian Girls.

Down the station background checks were run on all the women with 25 found to be working illegally. All were detained and face charges and deportation with the club owners also looking at court for illegally employing foreigners.


Raids on Russian go-go bars are nothing new with several losing their entire staffs for anywhere from a day (Moulin Rouge, Galaxy) to permanently (B-52), depending on the “agreement” they have in place with authorities to allow foreign women to dance semi-nude in Thailand when work permits for doing so are impossible to get.

Moulin Rouge was last busted on July 28, 2013.

That theatrical crackdown netted the arrests of 11 Russian employees, including nine dancers, who were threatened with deportation for working illegally or employing illegals.



Established for nearly 10 years, Moulin Rouge is hardly a secret to police. In 2008, the “misunderstanding” that led to the raid was quickly sorted out, as the eight supposedly illegal dancers were released by the end of the night and the bar was operating as usual the following night.

This time around it’s unlikely anything will be “sorted” so easily with a nationwide crackdown against human trafficking and the current wave of raids on Pattaya bars and clubs in a bid to weed out illegals and visa overstayers.

Source: stickboybangkok.com

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