A Bangkok hotel has started issuing warning notices to guests if they bring back a ladyboy without realising their date is a dude.
The Omni Complex Hotel in Bangkok, a city famous for its trans population and sex work trade, now provides a warning form to guests taking back a visitor.
The form, which is reportedly given to hotel guests to fill out if they have a visitor perceived to be a sex worker, says: “This is to inform you that the person you want to bring your room is not a lady he is a LADY BOY”.
It asks: “Now we are informing you she is a LADY BOY do you still want to bring her to your room? [Yes/No].
“Have you negotiated the price before he is going to your room? [ Box for price]
“There are many occasion fighting begins over the price.”
The form warns that many valuables have been stolen from guests’ rooms by ‘these entertainment people’ and they should be careful.
‘We are here to protect you, please cooperate with our security guards,’ it reads.
Locals defended the hotel.
One commenter insisted: “It is very well known, also from crime cases, that ladyboys tend to be thieves, theft with ladyboys happens far more often than with women or men, providing services.
“Also, many do not discuss the price and then there are two surprises a) its not a real woman, b) the nice and blissful moments were not for free.
“The ones facing the headaches afterwards, is it because of theft or disappointment regarding the partner, are the hotel staff. They must then sort out the matter, and this is definitely no fun!”
Another added: “The Management note to customer was intended to protect their guest due to (obviously) incidents of theft – what so hateful about that to protect the guest?”
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