WEIGHT: 55 kg
Sex services: Striptease, Dinner Dates, Golden shower (out), Slave, Facial
Undercover cops got more than they bargained for during a crackdown on prostitution in Nanning, South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, Jan 7, Fourteen 'ladies of the night' arrested by police in a sting turned out to be cross-dressing men. The sex workers, dressed in fishnet stockings, boots and low cut dresses added handcuffs to their fashion accessories after the vice raid by police.
The prostitutes were caught on Saturday evening after dozens of plainclothes police officers and patrol officers, divided into three groups, launched a sudden raid on the busy area near Chaoyang Road, according to the local Nanguo Morning Post. What's wrong with it? Another prostitute told the police that he has wanted to be a girl since he was a child, and he came to Nanning to become a prostitute after having breast enhancement and a nose job a year ago.
This was not the first time these prostitutes were caught, and the residents living near the area who were harassed by the prostitutes complained to the police many times before, Huang said. All of the prostitutes have been released after interrogation, Huang said. Despite heavy make-up and long wigs, their big Adam's apples and low voices revealed their sex.
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