BANGKOK — Thai police are hunting for pair of randy tourists after they were filmed having sex on a Pattaya beach at 8am in the morning.
The saucy couple had been up all night partying by when they jumped on a large black drainage pipe and began romping in Pattaya on Sunday.
Horrified onlookers filmed the pair, who are both believed to be westerners, before cheering at them to stop, reported DailyMirror.
The scene is in front of the Pattaya Marine Rescue Center.
The span of adore birds, who are suspicion to have been dipsomaniac during the incident, then walked off along the beach.
Police officers have now launched a manhunt for the man and woman and they claim have damaged the image of the popular tourist destination.
Police colonel Apichai Krobpetch, superintendent at Pattaya police station, said: “This happened in a public place where many tourists go to relax. I do not know where the tourists come from but officers are pursuing them in order to protect the reputation of the area.”
Officers have now interviewed staff at the lifeguard’s hut on Dongtan Beach from where the pair were filmed and checking CCTV to retrace their footsteps in the area and appealing to the public for more information.
The tourists will be fined up to 5,000 baht for public obscenity or jailed if they are caught.
Doctors remove live cricket from man’s ear canal
Doctors at a hospital in Vietnam shared footage from an unusual case involving a cricket found living inside a man’s ear canal.
The doctors said the man came to the Hai Duong Hospital complaining of ear pain and a look inside his ear canal with an endoscope revealed the cause was a live cricket.
The footage shows the cricket digging around inside the man’s ear canal.
Doctors have successfully removed the cricket, and he is now recovering.
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