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Photo courtesy of YouTube A Thai official has claimed that more than underage Lao girls are working as sex slaves in eastern Thailand, saying that authorities in both countries need to step up the fight against human trafficking. Chuvit Kamolvisit, a Thai member of parliament and advocate for social issues, said that the girls, aged 13 to 18 years, were discovered in a karaoke bar in the Chachoengsao district of Chachoengsao province.
It was recorded on a hidden camera that was taken into the karaoke bar as part of an effort to compel concerned officials and police to tackle the problem of human trafficking. A local television station broadcast Chuvit disclosing information about the Lao girls and showing the undated video footage on Sunday.
It is believed that the girls are still working in the karaoke bar. The police chief in Chachoengsao province also denied existence of any such place but acknowledged that in the past there had been karaoke restaurants with Lao girls working as waitresses and involved in prostitution. The police had cracked down on the activities, detaining several suspects about a month ago and closing down many restaurants, he said. The Lao Embassy in Bangkok said it had not received any official confirmation of the report from Thai authorities, though a staffer acknowledged having heard the claims on a television news broadcast.
MP Chuvit said that some 50 karaoke bars exist in Chachoengsao, with each bar holding about 30 Lao girls, most of whom are in possession of a passport issued by their home country. He said that the girls usually travel to Chachoengsao from Louang Prabang and Vientiane provinces in Laos, entering Thailand legally on a tourist visa, which allows them to stay in the country for 30 days. Chuvit was a former businessman who became wealthy through the massage parlor industry in Thailand before becoming a politician based on his advocacy work on social issues, including illicit gambling and prostitution.
The member of parliament claimed that human trafficking had grown in his country due to the complicity of Thai authorities, who he said often look the other way or have a hand in the large profits that can be reaped from sex slavery.