fbpx
Saturday, May 8, 2021

Marketing Video from the 1G1 Hotel, Associated with COVID-19 Outbreak, Shows Off Goods

We can’t confirm or deny that the girls in the video are employees at the hotel.

When: December 2nd, 2020

Where: Tachileik, Myanmar

Perpetrators: The infamous COVID-19 hotel

Victims: Thai society

What: The hotel associated with the COVID-19 cases that were brought into Thailand put out a YouTube marketing video on December 2nd, 2020. The video showcases the different rooms and amenities that they offer.

Of particular interest is the hotel’s pool, where one may find a fine selection of smiling and attractive girls.

Defend independent crime reporting in Thailand.
Stay informed with weekly digests of top crime stories & original reports. No selling, no spam!


My take: I watched the video 9 times before making this post. It’s that good.

Stay informed: True Crime Thailand has a simple mission. To deliver hard-hitting true crime stories from Thailand. We don’t pull any punches. Stay informed. Subscribe now. https://truecrimethailand.substack.com/

Source: https://youtu.be/WKsMj8TU8F0

Latest Posts

5 Million Yaba Tabs Intercepted in Chiang Rai; Part of 2 Year Investigation into Drug Smuggling Network

Region 5 Police seized the meth that came through the Mae Fah Luang border areas of Chiang Rai -- the final destination for this shipment was Ayutthaya.

American Man, Jason Balzer, Suspected in the Disappearance of Pregnant Thai Girlfriend in Nan Province

More than 40 people are on the hunt for Mr. Balzer who sped off with his offroad bike from Nan province after his pregnant wife went missing -- his last known location was in Phrae.

10 Different “Pretty” Models Drugged, Raped, and Filmed by Modeling Agent in Bangkok

The models range in age from 18 to 25 years old -- they were lured into Bangkok area condos and hotels under the false premise of modeling gigs.

Japanese Fraudster, Mr. Shoji Yamada, Swindles 2 Million Baht and Opens Pathum Thani Restaurant

The Japanese national claimed connections with big-shots (คนใหญ่คนโต, khon-yak-khon-dtoo) in Thailand that could resolve civil court cases -- plot twist: there were no big-shots and Mr. Yamada stole 2 million baht.