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10-Apr-2020 11:28

All women get their documents checked by the brothel, sometimes in co-operation with the police.

With no police busts in brothels for sex crimes, few Spaniards know about them, which is perfect, because discretion is the name of the game, and usually its only punters who know about their presence.

As of 2015, the prostitutes have slowly trickled back to the EUR district, but not in such great numbers as in the 1990's.

Also, due to it's confused and contradictory laws which while officially permissive, have so many restrictions, that Italy gets the worse consequence, of both permissive and repressive prostitution laws.

In the Roman newspaper La Repubblica, Serra (ex Police chief) suggested a district like those Hamburg and Amsterdam "where one can exercise the world's oldest profession without disturbing the citizens." "In Italy, prostitution is not a crime but this doesn't mean that you must continue to make believe (the problem) isn't there," Serra (ex Police chief) was quoted saying.

The police has enormous difficulty expelling them from the country, because the Nigerian prostitutes will violently resist expulsion and the Nigerian Embassy won't cooperate sufficiently with the Italian police.

All these problems are compounded by the fact that, Italians have the unusual habit of preferring to consume the sexual act in a car, because its cheaper than going to an escort waiting in an apartment.

As of 2015, the prostitutes have slowly trickled back to the EUR district, but not in such great numbers as in the 1990's.

Also, due to it's confused and contradictory laws which while officially permissive, have so many restrictions, that Italy gets the worse consequence, of both permissive and repressive prostitution laws.

In the Roman newspaper La Repubblica, Serra (ex Police chief) suggested a district like those Hamburg and Amsterdam "where one can exercise the world's oldest profession without disturbing the citizens." "In Italy, prostitution is not a crime but this doesn't mean that you must continue to make believe (the problem) isn't there," Serra (ex Police chief) was quoted saying.

The police has enormous difficulty expelling them from the country, because the Nigerian prostitutes will violently resist expulsion and the Nigerian Embassy won't cooperate sufficiently with the Italian police.

All these problems are compounded by the fact that, Italians have the unusual habit of preferring to consume the sexual act in a car, because its cheaper than going to an escort waiting in an apartment.

Italy had legal brothels until 1958, and the streets of Rome where certainly more quieter and salubrious then.