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Most men riding their bikes alone in some streets in Ho Chi Minh City would find themselves the target of these sex solicitations in public, regardless whether it is during day time or night. Though banned in Vietnam, prostitution has never been completely eliminated — driven underground during police crackdown campaigns and thriving when police enforcement is lax. Picking up one of the girls on the streets to have a few brief moments of sexual pleasure, male customers sometimes get more than what they have bargained for.
As some men are getting ready in the toilet, the girls disappear from the hotel, together with their wallets, money and cell phones. Sometimes, the prostitutes, working in cahoots with mafia gangs, beat up their customers and rob them of all their money.
Getting no response, she moved on to another man sitting on his bike nearby. They had some brief exchanges and, apparently after agreeing on the price, rode away together on their bikes. On a stretch of street that is only meters long, running from Nguyen Chi Thanh Street to Hoa Binh Park, prostitution activities seem to go on around the clock.
The girls just need to cross the street to enter another jurisdiction to escape in case of police raids or ID checks. They used to cruise the street only at night but recently have started to hang around here all day long. As long as a guest has money, anytime is ok. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to get the latest news about Vietnam! A street girl standing on Nguyen Chi Thanh Street in District 5 is negotiating with a man for a deal in a nearby hotel. The service of male prostitutes, which is illegal in Vietnam, has increased with the rise of brothels and recent cases of arrests in Ho Chi Minh City.
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