Thai OnlyFans model arrested after offering followers ‘drive through nipple sucking sessions’


Thai police have arrested an OnlyFans model after she was allegedly caught offering crazed followers bizarre drive-through nipple sucking sessions.

The middle-aged woman, who has not been named, gained hundreds of followers on the controversial adult website, which last month faced a backlash when it tried to ban its flagship explicit content.

She is even said to have offered dedicated fans the chance to meet her in a car park, where they would drive by before stopping and performing the sex act on her surgically enhanced breasts.

Astonishingly, one obsessed fan is even said to have paid 1,000 Baht (22.25 GBP) for the two-minute-long interaction with the heavily tattooed and pierced model.

However, footage of the service sparked outrage when it emerged online at the weekend. Police began searching for the woman and this morning (September 6) she handed herself in at a police station in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.

Apologising for the incident, she said: ‘A fan contacted me and said he wanted to meet up. He was just a fan that wanted to meet me so I thought it would be OK. I wanted to keep my fans happy.

‘I did not make him pay, only said in the caption that I charged him so that the video would be popular. I did not drive around letting lots of other people do it.

‘I want to apologise to the people of Chiang Mai for causing offence. I will stop doing things outdoors.’

Officers said the woman was being questioned under the country’s indecency laws and its computer crime act for publishing the material online.

Police Major general Pichet Jeeranantasis, Commander-in-Chief of the Chiang Mai Provincial Police, said: ‘The act seen in the video is inappropriate. We have been able to track down the culprit and also the fan in the video. Police will prosecute them both under the relevant law.’

Officers released the OnlyFans model and her male partner on bail while investigations continue.

Indecency laws in Thailand, still a relatively conservative Buddhist country despite its flashy red-light districts, state that ‘making, producing, possessing, importing, exporting, or distributing pornography for commercial purposes, for distribution, or for public display’ can be punished by up to three years in prison along with a fine of up to 60,000 baht.

The computer crime act bans ‘bringing pornography into a computer system’ and can be punished with up to five years in prison or a fine of up to 100,000 baht, or both.