Transwoman physically assaulted by bar guards in Phuket

A Thai transwoman filed a criticism at Patong Police Station on Tuesday, May 9, after four to five security guards at a bar within the Patong neighbourhood of Phuket bodily assaulted her and forcibly removed her from the venue and not using a cause.
The 27 year previous transwoman posted a video on her TikTok account, Prasita Punyang, three days ago of her arguing with the bar guards. In the video, Prasit is heard shouting…
“My gold bracelet is broken! It is broken! Who is the one who carried me out and dropped me here? Who? Steps don’t care what you mentioned. See! It is broken. I wish to see the supervisor. Why do you not speak to me nicely? No respect!”
One of the guards was heard within the video telling Prasit to depart the bar and file a complaint with the police if she was unhappy.
Prasit spoke to the media about the issue. She said she visited the bar alone and seemed for a seat. She saw a pair, a foreign man and a Thai girl, sitting at an enormous table, so she requested to sit down with them. Prasit insisted that the 2 allowed.
A guard approached her shortly after she had been served a drink and advised her to depart. He said…
“Transwomen usually are not allowed until 2am.”
Prasit was confused as a outcome of over ten other transwomen have been consuming and dancing inside the bar. She requested the guards why they were allowed to stay. They responded that they had been VIP prospects. Prasit didn’t depart the bar till a bunch of four to five guards approached her desk and asked her to go away. She agreed but requested to complete her drink first as she had paid for it. However, the guards did not pay attention and forcibly carried and dropped her outdoors.
Prasit had bruises all over her physique and her gold bracelet was broken. She was embarrassed because the guards eliminated her from different partygoers. She insisted that she was not drunk and didn’t annoy anybody.
Prasit filed a criticism against the guards and the bar. However, she is afraid that justice won’t be served as the police haven’t but summoned either get together.
Unfortunately, Prasit is not the primary transwoman to file a grievance towards security guards at entertainment venues in Thailand. Two days earlier than this incident, another transwoman in the Hat Yai district of Songkhla was additionally attacked by a pub guard. The guard had blamed the transwoman and her pals for dancing on a table without manners.
In Free , the charges haven’t yet been issued in opposition to any parties but the police promised to offer justice for all.

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