Topless models turn themselves in to police
A gambling den owner and topless models have given themselves up to the police, following the release of photographs and video clips.
Tuesday 24 January 2012, 03:27PM
Photographs and video of the naked women dealing cards and facilitating gambling hit Thai internet pages on Monday.
Today (January 25) the models admitted to taking off their clothes in public. Meanwhile, the gambling den owner confessed to opening a permanent gambling den, the TAN Network reported.
Yesterday, at the Sai Mai police station, two topless models and the gambling den owner, Tanate Pradittane or Tee turned themselves to the Deputy Metropolitan Police Bureau Commander Police Major General Sarote Promjareon.
Sarote said the two models who appeared in the picture admitted that they were the people in the clip, the news service reported.
They also confessed that they were hired to perform model walks at Wongsakorn market where the gambling den was located.
Then, they agreed to take off their clothes in order to receive more money from the gamblers.
Unfortunately, the naked clip was released to the public.
Each of the naked models were fined B500 for performing obscene acts in public before they were released.
In the meantime, the gambling den owner confessed that the building was opened as a temporary gambling den, and the permanent gambling den is under construction.
Therefore, he organised the gambling party and hired the two models to perform. He aborted the plan after the news was released.
The police charged two gamblers, Narong or Dum and Wiwat or Ake.
All three suspects will be brought to the Min Buri provincial court tomorrow.
– TAN Network