4forty eight arrested at Covid-19 violating luxury Koh Samui party

Yet ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ ราคา , a celebration on Koh Samui, was busted by police for breaking the Covid-19 emergency restrictions. Early this morning, police raided Maithy Pool Lounge & Restaurant at a luxury resort within the hills behind Bangrak on the northeast corner of the island and arrested 48 individuals having a birthday party in defiance of Covid-19 guidelines.
27 foreigners – 6 ladies and 21 men – were arrested at the Samui party, in addition to 3 Thai males and 18 Thai ladies. Police have been tipped off that the venue, part of a resort and luxurious residential neighborhood, was organising a birthday bash, regardless of the Emergency Decree and the Disease Control Act which forbids gatherings with alcohol and enormous gathering amongst different restrictions.
The district chief of Koh Samui led a collaborating group of cops, troopers, and local officers raid the party at 1 am late Friday night, early Saturday morning on the luxurious resort and residents just some minutes from the latest Covid-19 spreading party busted at Lamborghini Villa three weeks ago. All 48 attendees had been arrested and taken to the Bophut police station in Chaweng for prosecution and alcohol was confiscated as proof of the celebration.
It was a busy night time for Covid-19 restriction violators on Koh Samui as before the massive birthday celebration bust police also raided 2 eating places that had been serving alcoholic beverages in opposition to the Covid-19 Emergency Decree rules. The Bamboo restaurant and Apple bar have been raided at 9:30 pm when officers found alcoholic drinks had been being bought, and the consumption of alcohol was permitted on the restaurant premises.
The owners of every venue had beer seized from their companies and face 2 expenses: selling alcohol and permitting alcohol consumption on-site. Information was unclear on the precise location of the restaurant or bar that was raided as there are numerous with the same title around Samui. There is a Bamboo restaurant in Maenam, Chaweng, Lamai and Maret, and there are Apple bars in at least Chaweng and Lamui.
There is no word on anticipated punishments for the restaurants or partygoers, but the Emergency Decree and Communicable Disease Act specifies fines of as a lot as forty,000 baht, and jail sentences of as much as 2 years, although punishment and fines seem to be not often enforced..

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