Two Malaysians among nine nabbed at drug-fuelled Bangkok party

BANGKOK: Thai police arrested nine foreign nationals, including two Malaysians, at a drug-fuelled party at a luxury house in Bangkok’s Saphan Sung district.

According to the Bangkok Post, five Chinese nationals (three men and two women), one Vietnamese man and a man from Myanmar were also arrested in the raid on Friday (Aug 11) afternoon.

Bang Chan police chief Pol Col Siwat Sriwichai said the police conducted a raid on the luxury house after receiving complaints from residents of loud music being played from the house.

"Police found ketamine in a fruit tray, 24 Erimin 5 (nimetazepam) tablets, and a pistol loaded with eight rounds of ammunition,” he was quoted as saying by Bangkok Post.

All the suspects were charged with conspiring to possess Category 2 drugs, a weapon, and ammunition. - Bernama

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