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Overregulated discotheque in Chiang Mai – Don’t take advice from any Farang..

Seen at a disco called Spicy at Chaiyapoom Road in Chiang Mai. Spicy seems to be a popular place for hookers and I was told there were a lot of fighting on a regular basis as well. No reason at all to go in there.
In an attempt to stop this, Spicy now has more rules written down than an average airport.
One rule they forgot however; “no photographs” which they will surely add later on if they have any space on the wall left.
Here is list of the rules and signs:
- Admitted over 18 only
This premises has been cleaned and disinfected
- No own drinks allowed
- No pets allowed
- No guns allowed
- No smoking
- No ladyboys allowed
- No drugs allowed
- No love making or sexy posing allowed
Furthermore on the right there’s a big list with of fatherly advise. I highlighted my two favorite parts in the list which goes like this:

We expect you to be well mannered and respectful of the right of others
The etiquette and laws of the real world apply an we have the right to
remove just as we would in the real world if you fail to comply with the
rules
LOCAL LAWS
Possession of Marijuana can lead to a prison sentence of up to 15 years
plus a fine of Baht 150.000 (£ 2,300). Ampetamines ( Ya Ba) and
Ecstasy are regarded as a class A drug and possession or trafficking of
them carries the same penalties as, or over, of a class A drug at a point
of exit from Thailand result in a carge of illegal possession.
possession for distribution and attempt to smuggle and export i.e. Trafficking
DON’T
-Don’t argue with Bar girls, you don’t need a plank or bottle over your head.
-Don’t walk around on the street drinking a bottle of beer, you don’t want to
 be mistaken for a drunker.
-Don’t shout in public ( to anybody ) if you want to argue with your wife or
 with your girlfriend do this in the privacy of your hotel room and not in public

Think that Thai women are ” easily available ” Though around 1% of the
female population is working in the sex industry, this also means that 99%
is not working there! You can get yourself in big trouble if you offend a
women in this way. Her husband may find he should take revenge, which
could be very unpleasant for you

-Get involved in prostitution in Thailand You do not only put you health
 at serious risk but the chance of getting robbed is very real. And apart
 from these dangers for yourself, give it a Thought that having “budget” sex
 in a developing country like Thailand is very unfair towards the people
 involved

-Don’t take advice from any Farang who has spent the past 20 years sitting
 on a bar stool ad a bar-beer in Changmai. he knows nothing.


You should not become involved with drug of any kind
Possession of even very small quantities can lead to imprisonment
Possession of Marijuana can lead to a prison sentence of up to 15 years
plus a fine of Baht 150.000 ( £ 2,300)
Amphetamines and Ecstasy are regarded as a class A drug and possession
or trafficking of them carries the same penalties as for example heroïn
Possession of 20 grams or over  of a class
A drug at a point of exit from Thailand results in a charge of illegal
possession possession for distribution and attempt to smuggle and export
i.e. Trafficking
A guilty verdict usually attracts the death sentence

Never show sign of anger in any circumstances it will get you no where
in Thailand Your smile is your best passport to get out of any embarrassing
situation. Keep your voice at a reasonable level. Raising your voice is
considered rude

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