Brothel: Actress on the run
The involvement of film and tele drama actresses operating brothels in Colombo in recent months was further highlighted with police finding popular tele drama actress and former Miss Sri Lanka runner-up in an under cover operation at Uyana, Moratuwa.
The modus operandi of the actress who is on the run had been to operate the brothel on a hotel front in an apartment right next-door to her home, OIC of the Panadura Vice Squad, Inspector Duminda Balasuriya told The Nation.
“She is evading arrest and a search is on to apprehend her for her involvement in employing two young women for prostitution,” Inspector Balasuriya said.
He revealed that one woman was a 21years old Tamil and the other is a 38 years old Muslim. Meanwhile, Police sources voiced concern as to the actress scenario in sex operations in recent times stating that they were abusing their popularity in the cinema world to make fast money through sex houses.
Some had gone even to the extent of exerting political pressure on police to evade detection.
The most conspicuous case was unearthed in Mirihana in what had been a lucrative sex ring by some well known film industry women using young women. Despite Mirihana Police busting the operation they had succeeded in getting the top policeman who spearheaded the operation transferred to stifle the case.
Source: The Nation
Surely no politician in the ring otherwise our police never do this.
It may be difficult to digest, but prostitution was, is and will be there until the human race exist. It was there during the Buddha’s time. It is better to accept the reality and follow the Netherland’s example – legalise it and control it. There will be strong opposition, that is why a strong government is nedded to run a country.
My dear Indra, I am writing this from Netherlands. This is a good idea indeed. Well, before going to Holland, why not emulate India’s licensed brothels in Mumbai, New Delhi (GB Road) and Calcutta?
“He who has not committed sins with this woman can caste the first stone” – Jesus
In Buddha’s time also there were so many ‘Nagara Sobhanis’ in India. Committing adultary could be a sin but under some circumstances such as sexual deprivation by wife, her frigidity that prevents the man to have sex with her, etc. might compell the man to go to town and have some fun and come back home.
I personally do not find anything wrong with prostitution in legal way. Having sex with a woman who solicits her service to a man for money is not a cardinal sin, though.
As Indra says it is a reality in life. Also, a neccessity, biological equilibrium. Legalise it.
Yes, One thing to make sure is The right honourable Sri lankan police or any other ‘official’ controlling are not developing the habit of ‘free access’.