CCTV footage of attempted rape case at massage store in Bangkok deleted

Officers from Chana Songkham Police Station yesterday investigated the tried rape of a Japanese woman at a massage store on Ram Buttri Road close to Khao San Road in Bangkok.
CCTV footage of the incident was reported to have been deleted and the masseur in question has resigned from the shop.
The 23 year old Japanese lady took to Twitter to recount her experience when the Thai masseur allegedly attempted to rape her in February. Moreover, the Thai police ignored her unique criticism.
Her submit was translated into Thai by a Thai Twitter person capturing the eye of many netizens. They demanded the massage shop and law enforcement officials conducted an investigation and clarify the difficulty.
The superintendent of Chana Songkham Police Station, Sanong Saengmanee, visited the therapeutic massage shop, Tong Ou, to research the claim and question its employees members.
The shop was reported to be a two-storey constructing. The first flooring was transformed right into a massage room. There had been 4 beds placed in line, and each bed is separated by a curtain. In entrance of the shop, a number of chairs are offered to make sure customers’ consolation as they wait their turn.
A female staff member stated that she had been on responsibility when she heard the Japanese girl cry out in misery. Forbidden rushed to ask the masseur what had happened, and the person told her that he just carried out an strange therapeutic massage on the Japanese woman’s tights and would end the method within 5 minutes.
The female employees member disclosed that she believed the masseur as there was a therapeutic massage method that was carried out close to the tights. She was unable to communicate immediately with the Japanese girl due to the language barrier, so she did not know the reality in regards to the concern.
Superintendent Sanong revealed that the cops couldn’t acquire the CCTV footage capturing the alleged incident because it had been mechanically deleted by the system. Moreover, the masseur in query had resigned.
Move Forward Party MP Paramart Witthayarak additionally joined the investigation with the police yesterday. Paramart acknowledged that he had contacted the Japanese sufferer but could not get hold of a lot data because of the language barrier. He added that he would get an interpreter to speak with the victim to get her full testimony.
ORIGINAL STORY: Japanese customer accuses Thai masseur of attempted rape in Bangkok
A Japanese woman took to Twitter to share a story that a Thai masseur attempted to rape her whereas offering a service at a massage parlour close to Khao San Road in Bangkok. The female shop proprietor defended her male employee, telling police that inserting a finger right into a woman’s vagina is a half of the service.
A Thai Twitter user, @Reiriesz, translated the Japanese victim’s publish and shared it on Twitter yesterday, June 12. The 23 12 months old Japanese lady revealed that she visited the therapeutic massage shop, later recognized as Tong Ou massage shop on Ram Buttri Road close to Khao San, together with her Chinese boyfriend in February.
At the store, the couple had been offered separate providers. A Thai masseur, allegedly named Mai Nirakthai, was assigned to provide a service for her. Suddenly while performing the massage, the man sexually assaulted her by putting his finger into her vagina. She was shocked and screamed for assist.
She then contacted officers from Chana Songkham Police Station. After two hours handed, no officers arrived at the scene, so, she managed to pull the masseur to Chana Songkham Police Station, which is simply 500 metres away from the incident scene
According to the victim, the police did not question the masseur in her presence. They talked privately in one other room. The man returned and shouted on the alleged sufferer saying that it was her fault. Shockingly, the store owner defended the masseur’s actions, stating that placing a finger into her vagina was a half of the therapeutic massage process.
The store owner even dared the victim to reveal how the man sexually assaulted her to persuade her and the police that the service is regular.
The Japanese lady did not give up and reported the assault to the Thai embassy. Police officers urged her to go to the police station once more the subsequent day. However, the police station was closed when she arrived. The lady said…
“The idea that you just report a crime to the police solely works in Japan, not Thailand. Even in case you are raped or killed, you must take care of your self. Be careful everyone.”
The sufferer added that the other employees members didn’t doubt her declare and didn’t appear shocked, as if it was a standard follow at the therapeutic massage shop.
One Thai Twitter commented on the post that her female pal was raped at a massage store in Thailand. The store looked very credible and opulent but couldn’t guarantee the protection of the shoppers.
An update has but to be supplied by the police, the Thai embassy or the massage shop.

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