Kuwait security sources said that they have discovered a hi-tec international sex workers syndicate working in the country. The sources said that the sex trafficking organization based in Spain had used the Internet to get clients based in Gulf countries, especially Kuwait to order sex workers to the country.
Detectives reported to have arrested a young girl allegedly belonging to the syndicate, who had entered Kuwait with a commercial visitors visa to “render her services to well-known personalities in exchange for 6000 euros (7,200 USD) per session.”
A well-informed security source in the country said that “the Spanish group had set up a website that allowed men in Kuwait and elsewhere to order girls to come to the country for sexual purposes.”
The site reportedly shows short videos of girls, as well as pictures, for men to then order online. The syndicate obtains visas for the women to then travel to their destination for the clients.
Local newspapers in Kuwait said that the site services included sending the sex worker to customers’ countries, provided the number of men requesting the girl reach a certain number so the trip is profitable.
“We have been in touch with international police groups and countries and found that usually one girl will service at least 20 customers per visit, but we are still seeking further information,” the source added.
When the girl arrives in Kuwait, the site managers reportedly contact the customer, telling him that the “representative” had arrived in Kuwait and is staying at a certain location, where he can be with her for a certain time in exchange for 6000 euros.
Instructions also said he cannot talk to her about any subject other than the service. When the service is completed, the woman then leaves the country.
Kuwaiti police reported arresting a girl, among those who had just arrived in the country, before she completed her rounds. The girl confessed and identified those who bought her services before she was deported, local media reported.