Three German tourists and a Dutch woman were arrested on an island in the Philippines

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The small group had entered a resort. Pornographic acts took place in front of customers, police said. The incident happened in the resort town of General Luna on the island of Siargao, nearly 800 kilometers southeast of the capital Manila. What about sex tourism in some countries…

The group is restrained by the police

The group is made up of two 29-year-old men and a 25-year-old woman of German nationality and a 23-year-old Dutch woman. The tourists were drunk, a local police spokeswoman told the German Press Agency. In the resort’s bar, they committed “salacious and lustful acts” in front of other patrons, including children.

They were allowed to post bail but were ordered not to leave the island until further notice. We didn’t know if they were free. The date for the reading of the indictment was not initially set

What about sex tourism…

Germany: Very organized in terms of sex tourism. Prostitution and even street prostitution is legal here and is widespread and highly organized. Germany also has a long history of organized prostitution dating back to 1200 AD. Many people join the flesh trade of their own free will and advertisements and job offers can be found through human resource companies.

The Netherlands: Considered a paradise for sex lovers, it is considered one of the most popular sex tourism destinations in the world. Here prostitution is legal at the same time regulated. Amsterdam, De Wallen, is the city’s largest and most famous Red Light District (RLD), known for cabin sex, a popular destination for international sex tourism.

Colombia: Colombian women are considered by many to be the most beautiful in the world and in all possibilities this concept has led to the flourishing of sex tourism in the country. The sex trade is legal in Colombia, however, the government is working to reduce the gray areas and illegal aspects of it.

Thailand: Asia’s most sought-after destination and also friendly. Attracts a large number of international tourists who come to enjoy the naughty side. Prostitution is legal here and around 3 million female sex workers are expected to be employed in the sex industry here.

Dominican Republic: Don’t be surprised to see legal brothels, marriage parlors and prostitutes roaming openly in the Dominican Republic, mainly in downtown Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata. When it comes to exporting sex workers, the country ranks fourth in the world

Spain: It’s not just the lively club and bar scenes in Spain’s ‘The Happening’ party destinations like Madrid, Ibiza and Barcelona, ​​which have also become popular sex tourism destinations. Cities have Red Light Areas to their credit.

Malaysia: Although prostitution is illegal in Malaysia, it is still widely available and widely practiced. In cities like Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, demand is particularly high. The majority of sex workers are trafficked from neighboring countries such as China and Thailand.

Kenya: Relatively easy to visit, this country on the African continent, known for its amazing wildlife. Well, there’s an even wilder side to it that makes it one of the biggest sex tourism industries on the continent. Interestingly, Kenya is a popular destination among older white women who want to “buy” some time with a man.

The Philippines: a huge national industry with more than 800,000 men, women and children working in commerce. The girly bars that were prevalent during World War II are believed to have started the country’s international image as a sex destination.

Brazil: Yet another place where prostitution is legal. However, it is illegal to operate a brothel or employ sex workers. Nevertheless, dozens of brothels fill the cities, where prostitutes engage in sexual activities still operate here.

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