Seven Thai women remanded over prostitution

  • 22 Nov 2007 07:04:06 GMT

    What is the big deal?

    These Thai women might have been catering to mostly foreigners.

    So the service providers are foreign, customers are foreign, why should we worry?

    I guess this is just because they did not provide cheap services the police.


  • 22 Nov 2007 07:12:28 GMT

    Let them practice../

    less domestic violence and sexual abuse.

  • 22 Nov 2007 07:22:21 GMT


    thai hookers are the cheapest `foreign` hookers in SL...

    I`m pretty sure it`s safe to assume that most of their clients are locals cos it`s the locals who have a craving for white skin...

    Besides...a trip down galle road and duplication road at night will give some idea of street pick-up etc

  • 22 Nov 2007 07:49:52 GMT

    What we have to do is legalize the business and see that no contamination of viral infections by making them to undergo periodical medical tests.

    This is an oldest business even prevailed at the time of Lord Buddha, and Jesus and visited by many princes and noblemen

    Many men in sri Lanka don`t go to brothels mainly because of cost and courage but the rest do!

    There are thousands of brothels operating in Sr Lanka nobody dare touch them.

    I request D.A to release them.What we need is not the popularity but the justice.

  • 22 Nov 2007 08:35:19 GMT

    How many of our women, specially the widows of war heroes have become prostitutes in SL? A buy-product of the war? May be the same is true with the Tamil population in the North, they might also be experiencing the same. Everything is the out-come of the war, a Social consequence. Could Mahindachinthanay change this or promote it further?

  • 22 Nov 2007 09:14:55 GMT

    Police has just followed the orders.

    Under Mahinda chintanaya, prostitution is a national industry reserved for sinhala women only. Soon BOC will give out loans to those who want to start that business big time. All clients should wear sarong and chant pirith when visiting the women. Every night, there will over 100 ministers visiting them to see how they are doing.

  • 22 Nov 2007 09:15:28 GMT

    [Let them practice../

    less domestic violence and sexual abuse.]

    true... we should have our own red light district


  • 22 Nov 2007 09:50:41 GMT

    We should try to bring more thai and foreign women to prevent Sri lankan women getting into the business.

  • 22 Nov 2007 10:13:47 GMT

    [we should have our own red light district]

    Why not??

    Look at Amsterdam, the prostitutes even pay tax on their income. Why can`t SL have such a method? then again the Srilankan punters are such, after obtaining the services as usual they`ll do a runner without paying the girl.

  • 22 Nov 2007 12:12:23 GMT

    [Seven Thai women and two local employees, of a small time plush hotel in Kollupitiya, who were charged with prostitution by the Foreshore Police.]

    How about the owners of the business? If prostitution is a chargeable offence/crime, what about the facilitating of prostitution?

    As always, it is the sprats who get caught while the sharks get away.