64 Thai sex workers arrested in Malaysia

Malaysia imprisons 78 ladies and 10 people, most of whom are Thais

64 Thai sex workers arrested in Malaysia
Officials in Songkhla province’s Sadao city function at a checkpoint. The Thai boundary is about 300 miles from Ipoh, the capital of Perak status in Malaysia. ( Photo: Assawin Pakkawan )

Indonesian immigration officials have rounded up 88 immigrants, including 64 Thais, in a crackdown on sexual activities at three places in Ipoh area.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the assault took place at a resort and two amusement establishments that were alleged to be offering sex services.

78 people and 10 men, ages 21 to 46, were among the prisoners, according to Perak Immigration Department producer Meor Hexbullah Meor Abd Malik. Of the detained, 64 were Thai immigrants, while the others were 13 Vietnam, four Nepalis, three Indians, three Bangladeshis and one Sri Lankan, Bernama reported on Wednesday.

The standard acknowledged that the inmates faced numerous offenses, but did not provide specifics about the allegations.

Ipoh, the express investment of Perak, is situated about halfway between the Thai borders and Kuala Lumpur, about 300 miles from Sadao region in Songkhla.

The procedure was Thailand’s following major assault on trafficking in less than a week. Last Friday, &nbsp, 22 Thai people were apprehended in attacks in the Indonesian capital and neighbouring Selangor position.