Prostitutes go missing after brothel shutdown

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A number of prostitutes have gone missing after two unlicensed brothels were shutdown at the Zandpad in Utrecht last Monday.

The founders have now not only lost their right to operate but have also been charged for human trafficking. The remaining 48 prostitutes are known to now be operating on boats and other cities as far as the tracking agencies are concerned.

Source: Spits Nieuws

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2 Responses

  1. April 4, 2014

    […] The windows will be placed along the Einsteindreef, a drove closely situated near the prostitution boats at the Zandpad. The Zandpad brothel was shutdown by authorities on the 15th of April on suspicions of human traffick…. […]

  2. April 4, 2014

    […] such boats were closed down earlier this month which led to the disappearance of a number of prostitutes who are still officially […]

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