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Taipei, June 21 CNA Police on Wednesday raided three brothels in Keelung City, northern Taiwan and arrested 31 people involved in the sex trade, including 20 female sex workers -- three Taiwanese and 17 from Thailand, who mostly entered Taiwan on tourist visas, the police said Thursday. According to the police, the raids were conducted after a tip-off was received one month ago that a group of Thai women were working as prostitutes.
The police raided the premises simultaneously at around 9 p. Wednesday, after surveilling them for the past month. Of the 31 people arrested, two ran the brothels and a third was working as a lookout, 20 were sex workers and the rest customers, according to the police.
The police said the two Taiwanese women who ran the brothels and the male lookout admitted their guilt and will be charged under Article of Criminal Code, with a maximum sentence of two years in prison.
The police added that the 17 Thai nationals will be placed at a shelter run by the National Immigration Agency in the city before being deported back to their country. Latest KMT presidential candidate lacks leadership qualities: Tsai Presidential candidates clash over cross-strait ties in TV presentation Taipei gives sneak peek of New Year countdown fireworks Six Taiwan-based airlines praised for disease prevention work Three presidential contenders to hold first TV debate Dec.
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