More than 20 people, including 12 prostitutes, were arrested following a massive bust in Taiwan, Tencent News reports. One of the women was said to have served around 110 clients in just two weeks.
Most of the women entered Taiwan for “medical checks”. One of them, a 25-year-old Guizhou native, entered as an administrative official from an electrical company. The woman, who is claimed to resemble the famous Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, served 110 people in just 14 days.
Taiwan’s National Immigration Agency along with police uncovered the ring and arrested 24 people, including prostitutes, managers, treasurers and others.
The group of women included students, teachers and housewives. The criminal group earned around 500,000 NT per day.
The ring was reported to have been in operation for over a year, and 60 percent of the women were from outside of Taiwan. They could stay 15 days each visit.
These women were seriously exploited by their managers, only receiving 30 percent in payment as reward. It is believed that more than a hundred of the prostitutes involved are yet to be caught.
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