Phuket officer allegedly threatens girl with prostitution charges for money

A girl in Phuket told the press yesterday that a police officer at Thalang Police Station threatened to charge her with prostitution if she didn’t pay 50,000 baht in month-to-month payments of 5,000 baht. The cost is allegedly for her automotive, which police threatened to seize as proof of her committing prostitution.
The girl claims the officer first contacted her for a “personal service” in October, and they agreed to satisfy in a lodge room in Phuket city. The undercover officer agreed to pay 1,500 baht for the service. Once they had been both undressed, seven different officers charged into the room. The officers took pictures and a video clip.
The officers allegedly searched the woman’s pickup truck, and located her boyfriend’s gun knife. They then advised the girl they would both seize the truck as evidence, or she might pay them 20,000 baht in funds of 5,000 a month. The officer claims his superior officer accredited this since he knew the officer is struggling financially to look after his elderly mom.
The girl agreed to pay the money, however when she met with the officers later to signal an agreement, the settlement mentioned the fee could be 50,000 baht. Premiere determined not to pay.
Now, the girl alleges that the officer got here to her house with another man and threatened her on Friday, March 25. He allegedly threatened to cost her, and submit the video of her undressed online.
A major general in Phuket says he has ordered the Thalang Police Station to analyze the officer, and insists he might be prosecuted based on the legislation.

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