Those prosecuted would also have to attend education classes, about the harms of the sex trade.
All of my rules revolve trying to keep the authorities uninvolved in your prank calls, which is good for everyone.
Involving the police in your pranks is not only a threat to your own freedom, but it also ties up emergency services.
If you feel threatened or uncomfortable, just leave the establishment and move on. The approach will probably be subtle if you are in an international hotel as these establishments try very hard to keep these women out of their hotels.
In non-international hotels, especially in smaller cities, prostitution is sometimes wrapped right in the workings of the hotel.
However, any male entrant into the “Four Floors of Whores” has to brave an onslaught of cat calls from bar hostesses and masseurs, even if his business were an innocent afternoon visit for authentic Pad Thai.
Two employees of rival massage parlours ended up in hospital and subsequently on front page news recently, when they assailed each other with sharp high-heeled shoes and claws a flying, in a bid to win the heart of a potential customer passing by.
In its primordial years, early versions of Ipanema and Naughty Girl that rented spaces alongside tailors and electronics stores started carrying out seedy business, which opened the flood gates.
Before the government could act, a litany of neon-lit nightclubs had taken up residence in the degenerating towers.
What you're about to read are PLA's official Rules of Prank Calling.
If you're ready to delve into the amazing world of making prank phone calls, then you should spend just a few minutes reading this handy online guide so that even your first attempts at prank calling will seem somewhat professional and you might even avoid getting yourself arrested or killed.
Follow these guidelines for a long, illustrious, jail-free career in prank calling... This is rule #1 and should be common sense, because when you start involving emergency services, your local police are suddenly interested in your prank calls and you may find yourself getting fined or arrested. Threats scare people and then they call the police over a silly prank call, and suddenly you're breaking Rule #1. Not only is this illegal, but once your victim becomes suspicious of your call, they might call back the agency that you're pretending to be with to confirm your identity and guess what? The police don't like it when ordinary citizens pretend to be them. Don't mess with hotlines that are designed to help people.