It is said to benefit everyone from the sex workers, who often relied on earnings to support their families, to hotels, taxis, the mafia and, allegedly, the police. British journalist Andrew Drummond, who specialises in crime in Thailand, said the other challenge to shutting down the sex trade was that it was a lucrative business for many facets of Pattaya society. While the crackdown settled things down for a while, residents said Pattaya was well and truly back to its old tricks — and may have become worse. Yesterday, 11 foreign tourists were arrested along with 14 sex workers during a raid on an illegal orgy at a Pattaya hotel. Many sex workers come from the impoverished northeast and see selling their bodies as a way out of poverty. The resort located in the east of Thailand has been branded the modern day Sodom and Gomorrah — the biblical kingdom infested with vice and sin. Cops arrived to find people allegedly having group sex in the hotel room that was scattered with condoms, lubricant, sexual enhancement drugs and toys. Days later, a massive fight broke out on Walking Street between British tourists and men of Middle Eastern appearance.
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