Massage parlor raided on drug, food complaints

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The Chonburi Public Health Department joined local police in raiding a Pattaya massage parlor for allegedly selling substandard food and drugs.

Officers hit Suvarnabhumi Thai Massage June 16 after authorities received numerous complaints from tourists. They recovered Suvarnabhumi-branded balm along with edible shark fin and bird’s nest soup. Owner Nushree Thaesuji, 55, was charged with illegally selling drugs.

Pharmacist Mingkwan Thanasetkorn said the Public Health Department had received complaints that the items were poor quality and authorities found they were indeed unregistered.

Officers from the Chonburi Public Health Department and local police raid Suvarnabhumi Thai Massage for allegedly selling substandard food and drugs.Officers from the Chonburi Public Health Department and local police raid Suvarnabhumi Thai Massage for allegedly selling substandard food and drugs.

The shark fin and bird’s nest were sent to Bangkhen Kasetsart University and the department’s science department for further testing and if found to be fake or poor quality more charges will be filed.