Sex slave bought for $800 … for life
A British journalist did an experiment, and it worked. He managed to buy a 28 years old woman from Bucharest (Romania).
“I know you are my new owner. You don’t have to beat me, I won’t create any problems.” These are the first words said by the woman to the British journalist of “The Sun” publication.
What seems to have shocked the journalist is not the $800 price, but the fact that, in exchange of the money, he bought the woman “for life”.
A night before he had “reserved” the girl for $50. In a couple of words the journalist explains how Romania is a country where “women can be bought like animals”, arriving this way easily in the British “happy houses” (of course these being illegal in UK).
This experiment was meant to be a slap on the Blair’s face, and the article appeared one day after London announced new measures for combating human traffic, with victims up to 80,000 hookers, brought mainly with force.
As a Romanian I’m not so outraged by the fact that prostitutes are being traded, but because the pimps doing that are getting more and more powerful, and that they have “partners” in local police (or even higher).
P.S. This is a translation from a Romanian newspaper (Gandul) since I was unable to find the original article in “The Sun”.