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Moment Brit tourist ‘filmed romping with bikini-clad Thai girls at X-rated pool party’ in party resort Pattaya – as cops launch manhunt

The student who filmed the pair has also been arrested and faces a £2,300 fine and up to five years in jail

A BRIT tourist is being hunted by cops after he was allegedly seen "romping" with a Thai girl at a raunchy pool party.

Police in Thailand issued an arrest warrant today for the 33-year-old British citizen who simulated sex with a bikini-clad local during a boozy bash at a hotel in Pattaya, Thailand, on Saturday night.

Footage allegedly shows the man simulating sex from behind with the woman.

A second man, who has not been identified but is suspected to also be British, is seen simulating oral sex while wearing a sailor’s hat in a separate clip.

The video sparked anger from the city's police after it was posted online, who are keen to clean up the notoriously seedy resort.

Police have also issued an arrest warrant for the woman, although they have not yet identified her.

The pair each face a £120 fine for breaking the country's obscenity laws by ''performing a lewd act in public''.

This is not the first time Thai authorities have signalled a crack down on Brits boozy antics.
University student Tarkarit Wongchamthong, 23, who filmed the pair has been arrested.

He faces a £2,300 fine and up to five years in prison after admitting breaking the ''computer crime act''.

Pattaya Police Chief Apichai Krobpetch said one of the offenders in the video was a British citizen.

He said: "We have issued a subpoena for him.

''There is another Thai woman in the video who we still do not know the name of and we will issue an arrest warrant for her if she still cannot be found.

''They will be prosecuted for indecent offences and processed according to all of the evidence and the law.''

Police yesterday grilled Australian Coran Maloney whose firm organised the event at the boat-shaped and nautical themed A-One Royal Cruise Hotel where guests paid the equivalent of £26 to attend from 3pm until 11pm.

Police said that they had investigated Maloney's business and found that he has been running it ''legally with all the correct documents''.

They said he ''did not intend to be indecent'' and neither him nor the hotel were responsible for the ''indecent tourists''.

Maloney said yesterday that he knew the identity of the man in the video and would hand over the name to police.

He said: ''What happened at the party on Saturday night was horrible.

"I've been doing these events for seven years and we've never had anything like that happen before.

''We're family friendly and we've had people attend of all ages.

"We don't attract that kind of crowd.''

In January a British tourist was arrested in Pattaya over the death of a Thai hooker who plunged five floors to her death as they had "strange and extravagant" sex on a balcony.

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