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Gullible George Fleeced By ‘Homeless’ Pattaya Streetwalker

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A British tourist who took a woman he met on a Pattaya street back to his hotel room because she told him she was homeless woke up with a drug hangover and no cash.

George Lerce, 56, was nearing the end of the Thailand leg of his Gullible’s Travels when two streetwalkers approached him outside a 7-Eleven on Soi Diana Friday night. One asked to go with him because she supposedly didn’t have a room, even though her friend was going home.

Bless his heart, kind-hearted Lerce agreed to let the mishap in a miniskirt join him in his condo.

In an interview he gave to Thai media Lerce didn’t detail what transpired once they got to his bachelor pad, but it didn’t end as he expected.

He woke up expecting the clock to say 6 a.m. only to have it read 4 p.m. He also found about 100,000 baht in cash and jewelry was gone.

Police sifted through the ransacked wreckage of the condo and vowed they would get to the bottom of it. Meanwhile, Lerce has a plane to catch to Manila where he’s sure to find many more damsels in distress on Burgos Street.

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Pubs And Clubs Closed Until At Least June 30, Booze Remains Banned In Restaurants

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Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang

Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang issued an order Monday morning (Jun 1) listing 16 business types that will remain closed until June 30 or until further notice.

Entertainment venues, such as bars and nightclubs, top the list with attention to the clause noting the sale of alcohol in restaurants will also remain prohibited throughout the month of June.

The wording of the order specifying June 30 with the addition of “until further notice” leaves it open to interpretation, however, it is not expected the date of reopening entertainment venues will be brought forward.

Other businesses on the list included:

Water and amusement parks
Snooker halls
Arcades
Gaming and internet cafes
Cockfighting rings
Nurseries and care homes
Boxing stadiums
Martial arts schools
Horse racetracks
Bathing houses
Sexual massage joints
Banquet halls
Bullfighting grounds, fish fighting venues or similar places

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Pattaya Beaches Open From Today

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Beaches in and around Pattaya will reopen to the public today having been closed since May 9 allowing local to enjoy some sun, sand and sewage.

Mayor Sonthaya Khunpluem announced on Friday that Pattaya beach, Jomtien beach, Phra Thamnak beach, Cosy Beach, Wong Amat beach, Krathing Rai beach, Lan Phor Na Kluea public park and the grounds of Bali Hai pier will all be open with social distancing measures in place.

Koh Lan will also reopen to daytrippers having been off-limits since March 25, however, as yet hotels are not permitted to receive guests.

Beaches will be closed from Tuesday to Thursday in the second or third week of the month for cleaning instead of the usual Wednesday as was the case before they were closed.

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UK Visa Application Center In Bangkok Re-Opening

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From 1 June, UK Visas and Immigration is beginning a phased resumption of services and their main Visa Application Centre in Bangkok ) will be open from the same date.

Customers who were unable to attend an earlier appointment will be able to log into their account to book a new appointment from 26 May 2020. Customers who have completed their application on GOV.UK, but didn’t previously book an appointment at the Visa Application Centre, can do so from 25 May 2020.

Safety will be a top priority, so customers visiting the Visa Application Centres may be asked to observe social distancing, undergo temperature checks or be required to wear face masks.

Please also be aware, that due to restrictions still in place globally, the following services are unavailable: Super Priority Visa, Priority Visa Service (visit) or Priority Visa for settlement or migration Service.

It is strongly advised that all customers to purchase Courier Return of their documents, so they do not have to visit the Visa Application Centre again, after a decision is made. If a decision has been made on your application, and you need to collect your passport from the Visa Application Centre, they will contact you to arrange this.

From 8 June, there will be new rules in place for entering the UK because of coronavirus (COVID-19). Please check the latest information before you travel at gov.uk/uk-border-control.

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