Thai prostitutes come to work in black gowns, without waiting for the completion of mourning for king
In Thailand, hundreds of prostitutes come to work in black mourning attire in memory about the deceased October 13 Adullamite king Bhumibol (Rama IX) . Although after the death of the monarch all entertainment events in the country was banned for a month, sex workers was in mourning only 10 days, after which once again flooded the streets of the Kingdom.
On the eve of the prostitutes were already lined up in the mourning dresses-mini next to a three-story building Nana Plaza, which has a reputation as the largest sex complex in the world, writes The Mirror. The facility is located on Soi Cowboy in Bangkok, famous for its fleshpots. In a sign of respect to the deceased king girls and transgender refused bright bikini, replacing them including black maid costumes complete with boots laced stockings and garters.
According to 26-year-old prostitute named Ice, the city is still very quiet. “All grieved, because the king died, – said the interlocutor of the edition. – But we have to continue to work to earn money. Other options we have. We need to go out and find a client for money.”
Ice explained that showing respect to the king prostitutes wore black dresses and boots. “We usually don’t wear big boots like these. In Thailand too hot”, – said the girl. The Mirror the interviewee expressed the hope that in two weeks she and her colleagues will be able to return to normal life and compensate for the losses for the lost time.
Shemale Noah said that prostitutes love their country and king. “The army understands this and they allowed us to work again – said the interlocutor of the edition. Bars opened, and transgender returned. We are open for business and we want people to come in and see us.” Noah also noted that most of the prostitutes in the memory of the king wears black dresses and even underwear dark colours.
According to the newspaper, many bars in Bangkok do have reopened, but their neon lights made less bright, the music was made quieter, and dancing are allowed only behind closed doors. Before the death of the king of the places of entertainment were closed for about 2-3 hours a night, but now police and army patrols provide their closing to midnight.
Bhumibol Adulyadej died on October 13, in the hospital on 89-m to year of life. He was considered the reigning and richest monarch in the world. Adulyadej was a symbol of the unity of the nation.
His son, 63-year-old crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, will be the official coronation after the cremation of the body of his father and a year of mourning since the death of the king. Currently, the Royal funeral ceremony continues, and the body Adulyadej is temporarily stored in one of the palaces. Last Saturday, about 150 thousand Thais gathered outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok to sing the national anthem in honor of the king.