CHIANG MAI – A group of coyote dancers is finding new fans after they set up a noodle shop in Chiang Mai Province. The noodle shop, a branch of Mama Hut Pak Bom located on Ton Yang Road in Nong Phueang offers “spicy” noodles from 35 baht.
Although it’s not clear from a Thairath report whether they were referring to condiments used in the noodles or the service method.
The owner of the restaurant, Miss Yi Ching Sae, 23 who’s described as a “leading entertainment coyote in Chiang Mai” said that the shop had queues nearly every day.
She noted that it was particularly popular with young men who would often ask for selfies as well.
A video with the report (see below) shows the women working in the shop providing “customer entertainment” which Thairath described as being “bouncy.”
Last month the owner of a recently opened prawn fishing tank defended his decision to have coyote dancers strutting their stuff.
Pictures were posted on YouTube after the opening night of Prawn Fishing Tank SS Borwin in Sri Racha.
Panuwat Khlaisuban said that fishing for prawns can be a stressful business especially if the customers fail to trap any. The women were on hand to relieve that understandable stress. And add a bit of spice.
But he said there was nothing untoward or obscene going on – the licenses were in order and there was CCTV to make sure no one did anything fishy with the coyotes. Comment online was both positive and negative, reported Daily News. But Panuwat said his customers liked the idea saying they hoped it would become a regular feature at weekends.
Source: Chiang Mai One, Thairath