When certain establishments charge fees after entry without signs saying so, is that legal in Thailand?
Question by Mr. Blackfist: When certain establishments charge fees after entry without signs saying so, is that legal in Thailand?
I saw on youtube where a guy said he walked into a bar in Bangkok where they told him to just sit down and have a drink and thats it, he got his drink and two Australian girls sat down with him, and then the owner charged him an adidtoinal $ 150 U.N. fee (or something like that) and they told him if he does not pay the fee he goes to jail so he went on and paid it.
I am not a lawyer but i am not stupid either but in the U.S. if a sign is not posted outside the bar or somewhere the owner(s) of the establishment nor the police can legally make you pay the $ 150 fee.
But by Thai law could that guy have been thrown in jail if he did not pay the $ 150 U.N. fee or did he get ripped off?
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Answer by wakeuphappy
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