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70 Year Old Woman Charged With Prostitution

And yes, it did occur in Florida.

The Herald-Tribune reports –

CHARLOTTE COUNTY – Authorities arrested four women, including a 70-year-old, on prostitution charges following a raid at a Port Charlotte spa yesterday. Acting on a tip, undercover sheriff’s detectives began surveillance at Mandala Health Spa, 675 Tamiami Trail, and determined the women had received compensation for sexual acts within the business on numerous occasions, according to an arrest report.

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Strip Clubs Safer Than Churches – In Australia, Anyway

News.com.au reported –

THEY may be holy places of worship and reflection, but new figures show you may not be as safe in a NSW church as you are at a strip club or in a brothel. The latest data, compiled by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, showed 1600 people were charged with committing a range of 27 offences in the state’s “places of worship” in 2008. Surprisingly, the figures showed only 282 people were charged in premises classified as adult entertainment over the same offences. Bureau director Don Wedderburn said the data showed people were just as likely to be assaulted or robbed in the sanctity of a church as they were on the streets. “Most people would think of churches and synagogues as sanctuaries in society,” he said. “But maybe that’s naive, because the statistics show they are likely to rob, assault or steal from people there like anywhere else. The figures are genuinely surprising.”A breakdown of the figures showed that 85 people were assaulted in places of worship, compared to 66 at an adult entertainment premises. According to the report, places of worship include churches, synagogues, monasteries, mosques, convents, cathedrals and chapels. Premises listed under adult entertainment included strip clubs, sex shops, brothels, massage parlours, homosexual clubs, gaming houses as well as gambling clubs. Places of worship were also ahead on sexual offences (16), theft from motor vehicles (33), resisting arrest (seven) and liquor offences (10). Harassment and threatening behaviour at places of worship (30) was more than double that of adult entertainment (13).

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