At 11am on Sunday (July 24) Krabi Police held a press conference, presenting the two suspects, named as Nadine, 21, from the US, and Sullivan, 24, from Ireland [names transliterated from Thai report].
Police in Krabi, Surat Thani and Chiang Mai were reportedly working together to track down the two foreigners, who had been featured in a video clip that had been uploaded to Youtube by an "enraged resident", who had reported that the incident took place at 7.30pm on July 18 on Koh Phi Phi.
Upon learning that they were wanted by police, the American woman and Irish man – both said to be exchange students at an unnamed university in Chiang Mai – immediately returned to Krabi to turn themselves in and answer to charges of indecent exposure, and commiting an incdecent act in public.
The woman had already returned to Chiang Mai while the man had been travelling in Surat Thani when news broke that they were wanted oral sex fugitives.
The two explained that they were intoxicated at the time of the incident, and after apologizing for the deed, and waiing for the cameras, each were issued a B2,000 fine and released.
WARNING: The following clip is inappropriate for immature and underage audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.
Youtube clip here