Malaysians caught in sex-romp party at Pattaya hotel

The raid was prompted by complaints from local residents that the hotel had frequently organised such parties.

PETALING JAYA: Several Malaysians and Singaporeans were among 11 men and 14 women detained on Saturday night in a raid on a hotel in South Pattaya.

They were said to be attending a swingers’ party where they could swap partners for sexual activities, Bangkok Post reported.

The others included Americans, Canadians, Germans, Chinese, Thais, Cambodians, Indians and Ukrainians.

The party was held in a room on the hotel’s ground floor. The 25 people were found naked, performing sexual activities.

They were detained for further legal action.

The raid on Ban Tulip Hotel in the Phra Tamnak area, South Pattaya, took place at about 11.30pm.

It was prompted by complaints from local residents that the hotel had frequently organised such events.

Those wanting to attend the party had signed up through a website, paying an admission fee of 1,500 baht (RM190) per person.

The hotel operator, a Chinese national, was arrested for violating the Hotel Act and illegally facilitating sexual activities.