Three waitresses in French maid outfits yesterday became the first people arrested for promoting drinking in a fresh alcohol crackdown in Thailand.
The girls - Janjira Jansaka, Nantida Poonyamanoj and Nantarika Pueakkleang - made a live social media video in which they flaunted their cleavage and promoted beers.
They urged men to visit them at the Barcony Bar and Eatery in Saraburi province to buy bottles of Leo which were buy one get one free before 9pm on July 23.
But officers pounced on the bar maids on Sunday evening and hauled them in tears to a police station around 70 miles north of the capital Bangkok.
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Janjira Jansaka (pictured left) and Nantida Poonyamanoj (pictured right) in the video promoting the drinks offer at the Barcony Bar and Eatery in Saraburi province
Janjira Jansaka (pictured left) and Nantarika Pueakkleang (pictured right) were arrested after police caught onto this video
The mugshots of Nantida Poonyamanoj (pictured left) and Nantarika Pueakkleang (pictured right) after they were taken to the station
Janjira Jansaka smirks at the camera, but the girls were led away in tears when they were arrested
They were arrested and released on bail while police investigate the clip under the country's draconian Alcohol Control Act which bans promoting drinking.
A statement from Sarburi police station said: 'The three women were arrested because they wore improper clothes and tried to advertise alcohol.
'They advertised that there was a promotion for customers to visit the bar and drink there before 9pm where they buy one bottle of Leo and get one free.'
The girls were wearing revealing French maid outfits