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Traffickers and organised prostitution gangs are leasing city-centre pads to set up temporary brothels. The former minister says that short-term letting of city-centre pads has led to temporary prostitution dens popping up all over the capital. He said that the practice of renting city-centre flats on a short term basis to be used as brothels has become an increasingly widespread practice, adding that this was causing security issues for residents.
The Labour senator told the Irish Daily Mail: For the weekend that this particular brothel was operating - and in one block largely populated by old people - at least a hundred customers were going up and down on the lift. He added that one apartment resident, a year-old woman who had reported the issue, noted that two young women seemed to be behind the brothel in her block. Gardai in Kildare have also had to had to report to several complaints of prostitution and brothels.
She said that organised gangs have a number of lets or sub-lets across the country and move women from one place to another based on demand. Video Loading Video Unavailable. Click to play Tap to play. The video will start in 8 Cancel Play now. Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe See our privacy notice. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter.
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