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Three teens and a 52-year-old Thai man acting as their pimp were busted for underage prostitution in a police “sting” operation. The girls, ages 14, 15, and 16, attend a Chonburi school. They said they wanted money during the school vacation to buy nice clothes and go traveling.

On March 26, 2013, a police “sting” operation resulted in the arrests of three girls and a male pimp for underage prostitution. The sting was conducted by the detective police team section 2, Chonburi province, who made the plan to do the lure purchase of underage girls selling sexual services.

The male pimp was identified as Mr. Ronnakorn Boonwibul, age 52, living on Soi Ratphadoong, Tambon Bangplasoi, Amphur Meuang, Chonburi province. Undercover officers had arranged an appointment with him to bring the three teen girls at 3 p.m. to a parked car in Chalermphrakiet public park, Moo 2 Tambon Samed, Amphur Meuang, Chonburi.

At 3 p.m., Mr. Ronnakorn drove up in red Suzuki motorbike, with a 14-year-old girl riding with him as his passenger. She was wearing jeans shorts and a black, long-sleeve shirt. Mr. Ronnakorn parked beside the unmarked police car of the undercover officers, and “girl A” (alias) got in the car. Then two more teen girls drove up on a motorbike, “girl B” (alias) and “girl C” (alias). They also got in the car to sit together with girl A.

Mr. Ronnakorn then received 4,500 THB in payment for providing the girls. He started driving his motorbike to leave, but was stopped by nearby concealed officers, who showed themselves to make the arrest. Officers seized the cash payment as evidence of the lure purchase.

During questioning, Mr. Ronnakorn told police that he worked as a technician to repair appliances. He had contacted the girl students at a Chonburi secondary school who wanted to earn money during the school vacation, and agreed to provide sexual services.
During questioning by police, girl A, age 14, a secondary school student grade 2, confessed that she had done this three times previously, to get money to play games, buy beautiful clothes and go traveling.
Girl B, age 15, a secondary school student grade 2; and girl C, age 16, secondary school student grade 3; confessed that this was their first time selling sexual services. They had been persuaded by girl A, and both of them also wanted to have money to go traveling during the school vacation.

The police charged Mr. Ronnakorn with an accusation of arranging for children age under 18 to sell sexual services, and sent the three girls to prosecute further according to the law.

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It happens everywhere in Thailand-they all want the latest phones etc.no big deal for many :Think1:

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It seems right that if they know what they're doing and haven't been coerced then the law should bust them too. The article does say this is happening.

 

We wouldn't let 14-16 year olds get away with theft.

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Geez, techno-mania and the curse of consumerism strike again. School girls prostituting: "to get money to play games, buy beautiful clothes and go traveling." I guess for that whole syndrome, we all owe a big debt of gratitude to the internet and television. George Orwell (1984) saw it coming decades ago and now we all see it as an ever-present part of our daily lives. Maybe someone should write a new book: "Unplug and You will be Free!"

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Geez, techno-mania and the curse of consumerism strike again. School girls prostituting: "to get money to play games, buy beautiful clothes and go traveling." I guess for that whole syndrome, we all owe a big debt of gratitude to the internet and television. George Orwell (1984) saw it coming decades ago and now we all see it as an ever-present part of our daily lives. Maybe someone should write a new book: "Unplug and You will be Free!"

 

 

maybe more will read it if was on a kindle

 

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