Police find medication scattered at Bangkok restaurant New Year’s Party

A New Year’s Eve party at a Bangkok restaurant ended with a bang final night as police raided the institution and arrested 40 people for expenses related to unlawful drugs. Police officers arrived on the venue on Soi Ratchadanivet in Huai Khwang in the early hours of New Year’s Day and found drugs scattered around the place with attendees testing positive for illicit medicine.
23 men and 17 women were found throughout the restaurant when Huai Khwang Police arrived on the scene of the celebration, although it was not revealed if they had been Thai or foreigners. Alcohol consumption was present as would be expected for a New Year’s celebration, however after giving all 40 of the attendees urine checks, 27 of them had been found to have illegal medicine of their systems.
As police searched the venue, they found medicine dropped on the ground and picked up 5 grammes of ketamine and 8 ecstasy pills. When they interrogated the folks within the restaurant, asking who the medicine belonged to, they have been unsurprisingly met with bewilderment, with staff and guests professing to have no idea whose medication had been discovered.
The individual in charge of the restaurant that evening was taken into custody and faces charges related to the illegal medication discovered there in addition to working an leisure type venue and not imposing social distancing and other Covid-19 safety precautions in violation of current pandemic protocols. All 40 of the individuals discovered at the restaurant party have been also taken into custody at the Huai Khwang Police Station.
The restaurant was not named and has not been confirmed as an actual restaurant or considered one of many bars and nightlife menus that had been slapdashedly transformed to “restaurants” in order to open under Covid-19 restrictions. Piece of cake stated they may investigate the primary points of the drugs on the premises before making the name of the business public..

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