Each “worker” brought in an income of 30-40 thousand hryvnia per day, of which she received 40%.
In Odessa, three intruders were exposed, who, under martial law, dragged women into prostitution and held places of debauchery.
About it reported at the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Odessa region.
“It was established that three local citizens aged 31 and 32, under martial law, established activities in the field of providing intimate services for a monetary reward, which attracted low-income women,” the report says.
As UNIAN was specified in the department, each “worker” brought in an income of 30-40 thousand hryvnia per day, of which she received 40% from her companions. The business of the offenders carefully conspired, constantly changing the addresses at which women were brought together with clients to provide them with intimate services.
With the forceful support of a special police battalion, searches were carried out in seven apartments rented by accomplices. As material evidence of their illegal activities, the police seized documents and rough notes, flash drives, laptops, mobile phones, SIM cards of Ukrainian and foreign operators, bank cards and cash in the amount of $ 7,600 and 30,700 UAH
The defendants were informed of the suspicion of involving people in prostitution by prior agreement (part 2 of article 303 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine), as well as the maintenance of places of debauchery and pandering for debauchery (part 1 of article 302 of the Criminal Code).
Earlier, UNIAN already reported that in Odessa, a man beat his cohabitant to death because she “came home late.”