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Police Snare Macau Prostitution Ring Hooker, Line and Sinker

10/12/2010
Police in Macau were involved in a dramatic raid on the Venetian Macau Resort and Casino in the early hours of last Friday morning where they arrested 110 hookers and 22 suspected pimps, according to a local newspaper.

Chief co-ordinator of criminal investigation for Macau Judiciary Police, Chan King-Hong, told The Standard that a five hour raid between the hours of 1am and 5am saw them snare the nucleus of an illegal prostitution ring operating in the casino.

The girls, who are suspected of being illegal immigrants, were reportedly required to pay a ‘protection fee’ of between 800 and 1,000 HK$ to operate in the hotel, where they posed as normal members of the public in order to attract clients at the tables.

According to The Standard’s report, police had been monitoring the hotel for several days before they made their sweep after being tipped off that sex was being exchanged for money at the hotel, but Au Kam-san, a member of the Macau Legislative Assembly, said that despite the raid prostitution was not that common.

However, a quick trawl of the internet reveals not only that prostitution is rife in the country, but also provides detailed instructions of how to procure sex for money in Macau. As well as the Venetian, prostitutes allegedly operate in the Grand Lisboa Resort and Casino and tips on how to meet them are readily available online.

Of course, all this should come as no real surprise given that Macau is slowly becoming recognised as the new Sin City – with special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China having overtaken Las Vegas as the world’s leading gambling destination in 2006 after the global recession took its toll.
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