It was a night for surprises.
Poleaxed Polish tourist Rafal Ignacy Jakowicki, 55, bearing the wounds from the previous night, attempted to re-enter the Syfall A-go-go in walking street about 9.20pm.
Police managed to dissuade him from a move that could have produced Ground Hog Day all over again.
Then at 11.30pm, about 10 Tourist Police, local police and female officers raided the premises. They found about 100 Thai women and patrons inside the venue, which appeared to be designed to appeal to foreign tourists.
Police interrupted the disc jockey and told staff and patrons that there was to be a search and a drug test for those in the go-go bar.
There were no positive results from the drugs tests, but there was a negative result for the owners when officers inspected paperwork.
Police took the owner to Pattaya Police Station and issued a charge of opening without proper permission.
A Tourist Police spokesperson said an application would be made to the Governor of Chonburi province to close Skyfall permanently.