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Phuket rooftop party busted, drugs seized

PHOTO: Bangkok Post/khaophuket.com

Police arrested 9 foreigners and 5 Thai women for partying in Patong in violation of orders against gathering in crowds, to control the spread of coronavirus disease. They were arrested on the rooftop of a rental house on Sirirat Road in tambon Patong of Kathu district last night after police received a complaint about a loud party. Those arrested included Australians, British, Americans, Ukrainians and Thais.

The arrested foreigners comprised 6 men and 3 women includes…

  • 1 Australian male Al-Mouzafar Mohamad age 22.
  • 3 British men Britons Oliver Hoskins aged 23, Alan Jones age 22, and Stuart McDonough age 29.
  • 1 American male Russell Robertson age 32.
  • 3 Ukrainian women Zakharov Andrii age 27, Petriv Tetiana age 22, Chala Anasiia age 22.
  • 1 Ukrainian male Semko Iana age 31.

The five Thai women…

  • Nida Usen age 31 from Satun province.
  • Boonchanok Roongruang age 36 from Trang.
  • Supika Kitdee age 28 from Chon Buri.
  • Narumon Thuadaoage 23 from Nakhon Si Thammarat.
  • Wararin Jaidee ahe 33 from Satun.
  • Phuket rooftop party busted, drugs seized | News by Thaiger

Police officers discovered around 4 grams of cannabis and 0.94 gram of cocaine in their possession, and also seized several bottles of liquor and loudspeakers. They were initially charged with violating both the emergency decree and the Phuket governor’s order banning crowd gatherings in Patong.

SOURCE: Phuket News

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