Pattaya Hooker Bites Indian Tourist’s FACE

This is the shocking moment a Thai hooker bites a tourist’s FACE after an alleged argument over her fee.

Holidaymaker Shashank Agarwal, 30, was drinking with pals on the notorious Walking Street in Pattaya when he was about to go home at 4am.

But Shashank and his group of friends started talking with local prostitute Sukanya Pafaek, 38, before asking what price for her to return to their hotel.

But negotiations over the fee broke down with each person becoming angry – and the hooker claims that the man then started grabbing her arm and refusing to let her go, which caused a scuffle.

Footage taken by horrified onlookers shows the pair then grappling on the floor at the entrance to a nearby bar before Sukanya mauled the tourist.

Shashank was heard howling in pain as the prostitute in high heels and a black waist high mini-dress sank her teeth into his lower lip and wouldn’t let go.

The Indian man emerged from the fracas with blood pouring from his mouth and half of his lip hanging off having been severely bitten.

He said: ”I didn’t do anything. We were just talking and she attacked me.”

Police arrived on the scene and separated the pair as they calmed the argument.

Sukanya admitted she had bitten the tourist’s face but claimed it was in self-defence after he first attacked her.

Said: ”I don’t know him. I was just walking home and we started talking about going together. He did not want to pay. Then he held my arm and slapped my face. He was drunk.

”He attacked me first so I fought back to defend myself. I bit his lip to try and get him off me. Because he was attacking me. It is not my fault.”

Shashank was taken to Pattaya Memorial Hospital a five minute drive away where he received treatment to the wound.

Sukanya was taken to the Pattaya City Police Station where she was held in custody and due to be questioned later today.

Police Crime Suppression Inspector Sakchai Chanlarong who attended the scene said: ”Police arrived at 4am and found an argument between a woman and an Indian tourist.

”Blood was flowing from the tourist’s mouth. From speaking to initial witnesses, there was an argument with her and the group. The lady claims that the Indian man started the fight by touching her.

”Neither person has been interviewed and we are investigating the incident by speaking to witnesses and checking CCTV. We follow according to the law and we are confident that both people will apologise to each other and we can settle the case.”

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