Moment ‘drunk’ Brit is hogtied and dragged out of Thai strip club ‘after storming stage half-naked & bottling pensioner' | The Sun

A BRITISH tourist has been arrested for an alleged drunken attack on a pensioner in a strip club in Thailand.

Video shows the unnamed man being hogtied and then dragged out of the club after being pinned to the ground by staff and cops.

Witnesses said the unnamed man had been drinking before suddenly removing his clothes and climbing onto the stage but then hit a 77-year-old Australian man over the head with a bottle.

The incident unfolded at the Tahitian Queen pole-dancing pub in the Thai tourist city Pattaya on Tuesday evening.

The Brit tourist climbed onto the stage with chrome poles normally used by strippers.

Concerned onlookers tried to cover him up but this is said to have angered the suspect, who grabbed a beer bottle and allegedly whacked the Australian on the head.


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The assault left the victim with blood running down his face from a wound to his eyebrow, which required hospital treatment.

Bar staff and customers meanwhile tried to control the rampaging Brit.

Footage shows him being pinned to the ground by a barman as police handcuff him.

He was heard shouting “you should f****** know, boys. This is what you want to do. Bring those other boys in here and see what happens”.

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The man was then carried out and put into the back of waiting police pickup truck, having been given shorts and a t-shirt to wear.

He is currently being held at a police station for questioning.

Police Captain Puttarag Sonkamharn, who is handling the case, said: “The suspect was drunk so we left him in the cell until he is sober.

“He was making a lot of noise. When we're sure he is sober, we'll take him to be checked at the hospital and then interview him.

“He hasn't been talking any sense, so we think he was just acting crazy because he was drunk. We'll interview everyone involved to understand exactly what happened.”

The Thai authorities in Bangkok have been trying for several years to clean up Pattaya, which has been dubbed the “sex capital of the world".

They have battled to kick out badly behaving Brits and Aussies, and turn the region into a family-friendly resort to tap into the lucrative markets of China, India and Russia.

But they face an uphill struggle against its entrenched 24-hour sex industry and endemic corruption that allows it to continue unabated.

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The bars, many of which are run by British ex-pats, function as shop windows for cheap prostitutes.

Along with massage parlours and street workers are also a lucrative part of the tourism industry, which before the pandemic accounted for 21 percent of Thailand's annual income.

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