Thursday, February 9, 2012


7 Ugandan Hookers Caught With Loitering for Prostitution

Chonburi immigration police arrested seven African women from Uganda charged with loitering for prostitution. The seven women will be deported to Uganda as soon as possible.

Pattaya, February 7, 2012 [PDN]; Pol.Col. Chusak Panasamporn, director of Chonburi immigration police, Pol.Lt.Col. Prapansak Prasansuk and a police team were notified that a group of black women were loitering on Pattaya Beach in the early hours of Tuesday.

The police team with an undercover agent found the seven Ugandan women aged 20-28 standing under a coconut tree and offering sexual services to foreign tourists. They were arrested and taken to the immigration police station.

Upon investigation the seven Ugandan women confessed that they were working as prostitutes in South Pattaya where they offered sexual services at 2,000 – 3,000 THB per hour.

They said they had been persuaded by Miss Sifas Nanono, a 20-year-old Ugandan to become hookers in Thailand and earn good money. They admitted that they were willing to do it. No one had forced them.

The women were charged with loitering and intent commit a criminal offence. Each one was slapped a fine of 1,000 THB. The seven Africans will be deported to Uganda soonest possible.

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