Russian, Kazakhstani go-go dancers arrested in Pattaya

Russian, Kazakhstani go-go dancers arrested in Pattaya

Police round up go-go foreign dancers at Crazy Russian Girls bar in Pattaya's Walking Street and charge them with working without a permit early on Tuesday. (Photo by Chaiyot Phuttanapong)
Police round up go-go foreign dancers at Crazy Russian Girls bar in Pattaya's Walking Street and charge them with working without a permit early on Tuesday. (Photo by Chaiyot Phuttanapong)

Police arrested 25 Russian and Kazakhstani go-go dancers in Pattaya City, Chon Buri province, early on Tuesday morning for not having work permits.

Local police checked two nightclubs, Moulin Rouge and Crazy Russian Girls, on Walking Street around midnight as part of an operation against human trafficking.

Twenty-five foreign dancers were charged with working without permission and their employers will be prosecuted for illegally employing foreigners.


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