Australian Man Who Organized $1,200 ‘Wild Boat Orgies’ With Thai Women Arrested in Sting Operation
An Australian man who notoriously organized “wild boat orgies” with foreign men and Thai women was recently arrested by authorities in Thailand after a successful undercover sting operation.
The suspect, identified as 49-year-old Stephen Allan Carpenter, was nabbed by the police in Saraburi, Thailand at around 2:00 a.m. on June 19 after he fled from Pattaya and went into hiding over an arrest warrant that was issued on Saturday, according to T News.
Self-proclaimed “Pick-Up Artist” Nicholas Coakley is the embodiment of the “sexpat” stereotype of Western men teaching English in Asia.
The English teacher-turned-David Bond disciple goes by “Explorer Nick” on YouTube, where he posts his conquests of “picking up” Asian women.
Identified as 65-year-old Michael Stillinger, the pervert from Portland, Oregon, was shown on the film approaching a group of children between the ages of two and nine years old in Pai, Thailand.
Thai police raided a hotel in Pattaya after a tip off about an illegal orgy, leading them to a group of 18 expats from around the world having sex with young Thai women.
On Saturday night, Thai police in Pattaya, known as the sex capital of the world, received a tip that guests of the Tulip Hotel were paying 1,500 Thai Baht, roughly $48, to participate in orgies organized on the weekends.
An unnamed man from England became infected with what medical experts refer to as “Super Gonorrhea” after reportedly engaging in a one-night stand with a woman in Southeast Asia.
The infected Englishman reportedly has the world’s first ever recorded case of the new strain of super gonorrhea which has been found to be resistant to both ceftriaxone and azithromycin, CNN reports.
This is a face of a pervert:
He was last seen on a prowl in Japan, sexually molesting random women.