Police force prostitutes and their clients to walk through city centre naked

 

Eleven prostitutes and their clients were forced to walk through a city centre naked after police raided a brothel.

Shocking photos captured on a smartphone show the women and many of their clients, barefoot and trying to cover themselves.

Many of them were crying after police burst into the place they were working in St Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city.

Police force prostitutes to walk through the streets

The group were marched naked for five city blocks before being put into police cars and taken to a police station.

Pic shows: the naked prostitutes that were forced to walk in the street. This is the shocking moment that 11 prostitutes - and their customers - were forced to walk naked through city centre streets. The crying girls' walk of shame was captured on a passer-by's smartphone camera in Russia's second city of St Petersburg. It followed a police raid on an illegal brothel in the city's historic Vasilyevsky Island. All of the girls working there and most of their clients were arrested. Three men managed to escape through a back door. The group were marched naked for five city blocks before being put into police cars and taken to a police station. An eye-witness said: "Police burst into the building and a little while later left with naked and crying prostitutes." It is reported that the brothel was responsible for a flood in the apartment below. Netizen Natalia Lukyanova said: "Oh my! It would have been much more fun though if it had happened in the day time." Sergey Kulik commented: "They should make pimps going naked through the streets, not those girls." The police raid followed a tip-off by notorious Russian former kickboxer and MMA fighter Viacheslav Datsik. Datsik, who calls himself Red Tarzan, has declared war on prostitution in the city and regularly urges police to raid brothels. He is famous for his dramatic knock-out of future Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski in 1999. In 2007, he was detained for his part in a spate of armed robberies of mobile phone shops in St Petersburg. He escaped prison and was instead confined to a mental institution after exalting Slavic paganism and claiming Jesus Christ was a Mossad agent. Netizen Irina Ivanova commented: "Who is this man and who allowed him to exercise justice? He is a former criminal himself." (ends)
Some were visibly upset (Picture: CEN)

It followed a raid on an illegal brothel in the city’s historic Vasilyevsky Island.

An eye-witness said: ‘Police burst into the building and a little while later left with naked and crying prostitutes.’

Three of the men reportedly escaped through a back door, but most people at the illegal brothel were arrested.

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/05/18/police-force-prostitutes-and-their-clients-to-walk-through-city-centre-naked-5891174/#ixzz498AjvLly

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