Two Pattaya speedboat drivers were arrested for allegedly raping two Chinese tourists off Koh Larn.
Surachai Harnchiangchai, 22, and Peema Rornor, 19, were captured by Tourist Police Division officers Sept. 3 following a complaint filed by the two women who said the drivers of speedboats hired by their tour company had assaulted them Aug. 31.
The victims told police the two men had approached them and persuaded them to go to Koh Larn to see monkeys on the island. However, they claimed the men then pulled screwdrivers and threatened them. They were then taken to Nang Nuan Beach and raped.
Surachai Harnchiangchai and Peema Rornor allegedly confessed to raping two Chinese tourists, telling police the women were very attractive and that they just couldn’t help themselves.
The pair said they initially didn’t plan to file charges, as they felt embarrassed. However, they later discovered their passports had been stolen, likely by their attackers.
They then contacted the Chinese embassy, which sent a representative to take them to Pattaya Police Station.
Police said the two confessed, arguing that the women were very attractive and that they just couldn’t help themselves.