Why torurists like to visit countries with very limited civil rights and lots of police power thinking they will be inmune in their life-style is hard to understand. In Rome do as Romans do or go to Greece Instead. adamfoxie
| This photo was issued by Cambodia Police which does not match the photo of the people actually dancing (below).|
Both pics weere released by the police
Photo issued by the Cambodian National Police Benjamin Butterworth 3 days Sunday, January 28th, 2018 Five British men have been arrested in Cambodia for what officials have called “pornographic dancing”.
A total of 10 people from various countries were detained over the police claims, including two women, following a villa party Thursday. The group has been told they could face up to one year in prison and could wait six months for the case to go to trial.
Confusing allegations Photo issued by the Cambodian National Police Cambodian police released images online appearing to show clothed and laughing tourists, some in sexually suggestive positions. However, one of the men arrested, speaking anonymously, said that the people in the images released were not those arrested in this case.
They said: “Honestly, it was really confusing. Everyone was confused. They raided, rounded us up – there were about 80 to 100 people at this party, some of them were tourists. There were about 30 of them [police officers].” Looked after One of the arrested men confirmed that Cambodian authorities were treating them well, and the group had been bought pizza by prison guards.
They have now been assigned a Cambodian lawyer and are expected in court Sunday. One anonymous prisoner said that despite the treatment, their parents were “worried sick” about the situation. The prisoner added: “Our parents are doing what they can. It’s really just trying to keep a good vibe until we know the outcome.”
The arrested include five British men; Vincent Harley Robert Hook, 35, Daniel Richard Leeming Jones, 30, Thomas Alexander Jeffries, 22, Billy Stevens, 21, and Paul Francis Harris, 32. The other members of the arrested group include Job Robertus van der Wel, from The Netherlands, 22, Canadians Jessica Drolet, of Ottawa, 25, and Eden Koazoleas, 19, of Alberta, David Nikolaus Aleksandr Ballovarre, of Oslo, Norway, 22, and Paul Martin Brasch, 32, of New Zealand.