Cabin crew sex ring busted by cops who stormed £2k per night hotel romps

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    An airline cabin crew has allegedly been moonlighting as sex workers, according to police after an illegal sex ring bust.

    According to the force, gangs of men and women were escorted out of a luxury hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam following the raid on Wednesday (August 9).

    Officers say flight attendants taking part in the illegal sexual activity were charging over $3,000 (approximately £2,362) per night.

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    According to The Mirror, a 26-year-old woman has been accused of spearheading the illegal operation. It is understood that she was taken into custody after the raid.

    It's alleged Vo Thi My Hanh, a cabin crew member with Vietnam Airlines, sent pictures of the women to potential clients.

    Ms My Hanh was arrested on suspicion of prostitution – which is illegal in Vietnam – and brokering sex services.

    Ho Chi Minh City's police department said on Thursday that four subjects were found engaging in illegal activities in the room during the raid.

    A spokesperson said: "On August 9, 2023, the Criminal Police Department presided over and coordinated with the District 1 Police to deploy the plan to dismantle the sex ring.

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    “An inspection was conducted of the hotel on Le Thi Rieng Street of Ben Thanh ward, District 1, where officers found that in four rooms, there were four subjects engaging in prostitution.

    “Three were flight attendants and one was a model all in their twenties.

    "The suspect Vo Thi My Hanh was detained for the act of brokering sex.

    “At the police station, the four women claimed to have been employed by the suspect who sold them for sex at the hotel for 1,000 to 3,000 USD. They admitted to committing the offence.

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    "Vo Thi My Hanh admitted to contacting many flight attendants, 'hot girls' and photo models, then sent pictures of prostitutes in flight attendant uniforms to get customers to hire them for sex."

    Money would be transferred to Ms My Hanh before meetings would be arranged, which the suspect would also partake in.

    The statement added: "Currently, the Investigative Police Department, City Public Security and Criminal Police Department continue to consolidate documents and evidence while investigating the case and strictly handling it in accordance with the law.

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    “The Investigation Police Agency calls on the accomplices of the suspect to come to the headquarters of the Criminal Police Department in Ho Chi Minh City to surrender and be granted leniency."

    Police claim there were at least 30 women involved in the business, many of which were airline cabin crew members.

    Pictures shared on Ms My Hanh's social media show her in Vietnam Airlines cabin crew uniform posing next to and onboard jets.

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