Police shut nightclub after raid on Pattaya Walking Street

Pattaya Police will suggest the closure of a popular nightclub to the provincial governor after the venue’s repeated license violations on the district’s infamous Walking Street.
Flexx Club on Walking Street in tambon Nong Prue, Bang Lamung district, was raided by police within the early hours of this morning for violating legal operating hours.
The raid, led by Pattaya Police Chief Investigator Pol. Lt. Col. Pichit Chamhuap, was conducted at four.30am at present after the authorities obtained complaints that the club was staying open beyond its 2am closing time, reported Bangkok Post.
Around 50 Thai and international customers had been current within the club at the time of the raid, with a lot of them dancing to music. Police officers blocked all exits, segregated the purchasers by gender, and checked their identification documents.
The club manager was apprehended and charged with working the venue and not using a valid license and staying open beyond the permitted hours while additionally promoting alcoholic drinks.
According to the police, the club has been raided multiple times earlier than and continued to operate without a valid license. As a outcome, a letter will be forwarded to the provincial governor recommending the closure of the venue.
Flexx nightclub is a multiple offender. It was raided on July 24 final year at 5am after complaints have been made to the police about drug use.
About 50 police and city regulatory officers stormed the building, full of more than 200 revellers singing and dancing, arresting three individuals for drug use. They also seized 33 shisha pipes and three kilograms of unlawful Baraku tobacco.
Kullachart mentioned informants had advised police Flexx turned blind eyes to people promoting cocaine to foreigners. No medication or dealers had been discovered, however.
The membership was cited for operating after authorized hours.

Flexx isn’t the one membership on the notorious Walking Club raided by police recently.
In the early hours of February 16, Pattaya Police and district officials raided the Dragon Man Club which was discovered to be working with no allow and past the permitted opening hours. Upon arrival, authorities found approximately 50 individuals still consuming and dancing on the venue, 15 of whom tested positive for medicine, including 14 males and a lady.
During a subsequent search, authorities discovered plastic sachets containing powders that they believe to be illegal drugs hidden within the workers lockers. Some of those packets had been opened, and traces of them had been found in the venue’s rubbish bins. Used Bizarre have been also discovered all through the premises.
The club’s employees and the 15 customers who tested optimistic for medicine had been taken to Pattaya Police Station for legal action.
Pisit Sirisawasdinukul, the Bang Lamung district chief, revealed that the pub was working with no license, open past the mandated closing time of 2am, and permitted drug use on the premises.
He reported the incident to Chon Buri Governor Thawatchai Srithong to advocate that the venue be closed for 5 years..

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