A woman walks by the Oriental Market in Bangkok, Thailand, June 10, 2021.
It is the most popular market in Thailand’s capital, with an annual turnover of $3.6 billion.
But while most tourists flock to the market to buy flowers and other goods, its night market is home to some of the most dangerous street crime in the country.
The city’s Night Market is home for illegal gambling, armed robberies and other crimes.
But the market is also a major venue for drug dealing, prostitution and even prostitution by sex workers.
In this June 10 2017 photo, a street vendor stands on a street corner in Phuket, Thailand.
In February, a woman was stabbed to death at the market by her male friend who stole a condom from her.
A year earlier, a man was stabbed in the groin by a customer after he was approached by an undercover policeman.
In June, police arrested two men after a man who said he was selling a drug used to make the victim urinate.
The latest crime in Thailand happened in June, when a man in his 20s was attacked and killed by three men at the street corner of a popular shopping area.
He was later shot dead by a police officer.
Police said they found a bag of cash in the victim’s pocket and that a man and two men had been arrested.