Sunday, August 14, 2011


MANILA, Philippines - Thirty-eight people, most of them women, were arrested during a raid in an internet cafe in central Luzon suspected of selling cyber sex to clients in the United States and Europe, a local paper said.
"Policemen confiscated on Monday 62 sets of desktop computers, routers, modems, satellite antennae, printer, telephones and other equipment used by Midway 635, at the third floor of a commercial building in Dinalupihan, Bataan," Chief Inspector Rogart Campo, chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Bataan, told the Inquirer.
  • Also arrested were two managers and two shift supervisors apart from the 34 "sales agents". The owner of the company remained at large, Campo said.
  • Majority of those who were arrested were women whose work include posing naked and performing acts before web cameras. Also arrested were men who pretended to be women when they chatted with their foreign clients on-line, Mayor Joel Payumo also told the Inquirer.
Residents started complaining about the activities in Midway, which was registered with the local government as an internet cafe, said Payumo.
Apart from conducting surveillance on workers at Midway, police officers posed as agents to get clients for Midway in Olongapo City and Angeles City, base of many foreigners in central Luzon, Payumo said.

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