Thai king, Maha Vajiralongkorn is said to be spending the lockdown at a four-star resort in Germany with his harem of 20 concubines after he left his country for the second time amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
The 67-year-old monarch is believed to have returned to the Grand Hotel Sonnenbichl in southern Germany following a brief visit back to his home country, Thailand.
According to Bild, Vajiralongkorn, and his entourage who he returned with booked the whole fourth floor, which includes a ‘pleasure room’ and is decked out with ‘treasures and antiques’ from Thailand.
His ‘sex soldiers’ are said to be assembled as a military unit called the SAS like Britain’s special forces with the same motto, ‘who dares wins’
The king is also said to have a so-called ‘pleasure room’, which has been set up especially for the monarch and his concubines.
The hotel’s website says that it is ‘currently unavailable for bookings’ because of the coronavirus pandemic, but one hotel worker said staff are forbidden from the fourth floor where the king and his entourage have set up camp.
Max Boeddeker, a Bild reporter who investigated the hotel, said the king’s diplomatic immunity meant there was little that Germany could do about it.
Thailand expert Andrew MacGregor Marshall told Bild: ‘The whole floor is full of Thai antiques and treasures from Bangkok.
‘The concubines make a big gamble – with the hope of winning big. Some are happy to join and are hoping for riches and success for themselves and their families.
‘Others give in to the king’s pressure to join over fear of the consequences if they refuse.’
Thailand has been under lockdown since March, and so far, they have recorded 2,992 cases and 55 deaths from Coronavirus.
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