Choose prostitutes through photos

Kuala Lumpur: The promotion of foreign women using photos through social media applications and if they agree will be managed by the caretaker of the premises before the customer is taken to the room is available for a fee of between RM300 to RM400.

That’s the tactic of entertainment premises around Kuantan, Pahang which was revealed after the Malaysian Immigration Department (JIM) raided 17 entertainment premises in the district starting at 11pm yesterday.

The Deputy Director General (Operations) of the Immigration Department of Malaysia (JIM), Jafri Embok Taha said, selected foreign women will be managed by local men who are believed to be caretakers of the premises before customers go to the rooms provided.

According to him, the fee charged to customers at the premises is between RM300 and RM400 depending on the package offered.

The payment transaction used for this transaction is online or in cash before the foreign woman involved is handed over to the customer.

In addition, the modus operandi used in prostitution premises is that customers will come to the premises themselves and choose foreign women based on the catalog provided.

“After the customer has made a selection of the woman they want to subscribe to, the customer will be taken to a special room that has been prepared,” he said in a statement today.

Jafri said, payment in cash to the caretaker of the premises when the customer starts to enter the room with a fee of between RM250 and RM350 per hour.

JIM raided 17 entertainment premises in a Special Operation carried out in locations around Kuantan, Pahang involving a team of officers and members of various ranks from the Intelligence and Special Operations Division, Immigration Headquarters Putrajaya in collaboration with Jim Negeri Pahang.

“This operation was also joined by the Special Tactical Team (PASTAK), Perlis State Command, Perak State Command and Sembilan State Command,” he said.

He said the operation team arrested 103 Thai women, two Laotian women, 11 Vietnamese women, two Myanmar women, two Indonesian women, five Myanmar men, one Indonesian man, 11 Bangladeshi men and three Chinese men. aged between 19 and 49 years.

While 11 Malaysian men who acted as caretakers of the premises aged between 25 and 46 years old were also arrested with a total of 151 people arrested.

“Preliminary review results found that 67 Thai women, two Laotian women, 10 Vietnamese women, two Myanmar women, three Indonesian women and 10 Bangladeshi men who were detained have Social Visit Passes (PLS) and Temporary Work Visit Passes (PLKS). who are still valid while others do not have any valid travel documents or passports to be in this country,” he said.

He said the operation team confiscated a number of condoms, premises documents, business records, premises keys, sex equipment, passports, cash amounting to RM7880, 21 units of mobile phones, lubricating gel, tips bracelets, towels and closed circuit camera (CCTV) equipment.

There was a foreign national man who was in the premises trying to escape by jumping from the second floor of the premises and fell causing injuries.

“Operations officers acted quickly to contact the Malaysian Civil Defense Force (APM) for further treatment.

“They were arrested because they were suspected of committing an offense under the Immigration Act 1959/63, the Passport Act 1966 and the Immigration Regulations 1963 and were then taken to the Pahang State JIM for further action,” he said.

According to him, 11 Temoatan men were arrested on suspicion of committing an offense according to Section 56(1)(d) of the Immigration Act 1959/63 while a total of 40 people were given notices to appear at the office to assist in the investigation.

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