NEW PROPERTY SALES GIMMICK IN THAILAND
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE CATCHES
|Drew Noyes protesting a British newspaper which suggested he and David Hanks were mafia connected|
How could you turn down the opportunity to sit down with a whisky and coke 80 yards from the beach while Thai women tracked in from the provinces make money for you on their knees and backs!
So he had brought in the local Immigration Police to help out. Is there a visa for pimping? Surely not! But then Pattaya Police (all Thai authorities for that matter) officially deny there is an sex trade in the world’s most famous city for commercial sex – because it, er , would be against the law.
|And no he is is not a lawyer. This is from his defunct Pattaya Times|
his organ of extortion
No pimp does not appear to be on this list of jobs which foreigners cannot undertake in Thailand. : At least not on this list provided by the Labour Department. An earlier rather comical list had to be taken down off the next because people were laughing at the translations. It was illegal for instance for foreigners to do a 'paper hand job'. Pimping of course does not exist in Thailand. If there were pimps they would of course be arrested.
Before you put that cash down for key money however it should be noted that (Catch 1) Noyes was accused of selling bars several times over to different people, when the fake lawyer, now convicted (Catch 2) of extortion was running bars known as the Lollipop and Zebra in this down market resort city.
|Noyes dining with Pattaya judges|
He has been accused of defrauding a ‘friend’ (Catch 3) out of funds he gave to invest in Pattaya’s entertainment business. In fact there is a #Drew Noyes victims' list
|'No pimp!' - Just a punter|
Interestingly Drew Noyes and Scottish Australian David Hanks sued this site after a poster here called them pimps.
Hanks, the former owner of Masquerades Brothel in Keysborough, Melbourne, capital of Australia’s Victoria, where brothels are legal. Defended himself by saying his ‘girls’ (Asian Hotties according to the ads) were all treated very well. Noyes said it was a ‘stain on his character’.
Where was the court? Pattaya of course.
Of course if you do buy the brothel in question you should know (Catch Five) it is off the beaten track, was finished over a year ago but Noyes was unable to own it and there is a recession on in the city due to the crisis of the Chinese and Russian economies. So you can put your cigar down now.
Oh and the key money is half what he paid for the place outright!
Thailand's retiring police chief has accused the Immigration Department of being guilty of taking millions of baht in bribes every day in a remarkable meeting behind closed doors, Thai media is reporting.
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