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22 images of police raids on brothels in China

Chinese brothels: From time to time in major Chinese sites are posted pictures of police raids on brothels.

Photos of arrested people, taken by photographers who accompany police during operations, are published as a warning. A modern form of a medieval pillory, in order to discourage customers.

Related: Pictures of raids on Chinese prostitution, The history of prostitution in Modern China

August 31, 2010. Police in Fuzhou arrests two transvestites who used fake breasts.

Related: Pictures of raids on Chinese prostitution , The history of prostitution in Modern China


November 2010. The police of Guangxi breaks into a 4-star hotel where they found 6 prostitutes, students of a local school, some of which pregnant.

August 2010. Fujian. 6 men and 6 prostitutes arrested.

May 2010. Beijing police during a large-scale raid on 4 nightclub arrests dozens of prostitutes.

July 9, 2010. Kunming. Man pleads to let him go, but the pictures are published in all the major sites.

Guangxi police crushes a huge traffic of more than 90 men and women forced into prostitution.

Chongqing


Dongguan. Four prostitutes are arrested during the Asian Games

Xi’an


August 3, 2010, Nanning. Police arrested 26 people. They also seized two homemade guns.

30 agosto 2010. Shanghai.

November 2010. A drunken customer challenged and mocked photographers.

December 3, 2010. Police in Guilin crushes a network of African women forced into prostitution.

Sometimes raids may turn in grotesque. A customer in Jilin, still naked, tries to escape by climbing on the roof.

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