A CONSTRUCTION site worker who married a Thai woman and then smuggled her into Hong Kong to work as a prostitute escaped an immediate jail term yesterday. Chan Kwok-ping, 32, married Ouddong Saowalak, 22, in June 1991, but five months later she was working as a prostitute in Kowloon. He was sentenced to 15 months' jail suspended for two years at the District Court yesterday after Judge Caird heard that Chan had no criminal record. He was convicted of trafficking a woman into Hong Kong. Chan had been introduced to his bride-to-be while she was working in Bangkok. His accomplice, Chan Hor-nam, a 58-year-old merchant, was jailed for two years and 10 months for his part in the plot. He was found guilty of trafficking a woman and living off immoral earnings. Both men had denied the charges. Saowalak, a willing participant, was taken to Wong Koon Villa in Portland Street, Kowloon, on arrival and was soon put to work. She agreed to have sex with 1,000 men, receiving $20 a customer. After that, her share would rise to $75, the court heard.