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Police crackdown on forced prostitution fails to scare them away.
SINGAPORE men are flocking back to Karimun Island a month after Indonesian police raids aimed at stamping out forced prostitution, human trafficking and illegal abortions.
Yesterday, three Singapore ferries carrying 20 to 30 Singaporeans arrived on the island famous for its pretty young things.
The arrivals surprised locals, who had been complaining of poor business during the police crackdown - a month of nightly raids which ended on May 15.
At least four hotels declared 'full house', and pimps were all smiles yesterday, different from the expressions they wore a day earlier.
By noon yesterday, 49 of 60 girls under one pimp's charge at a popular sex joint, Villa Kapling, had already been booked.
'Half my clients today were Singapore men. I am now left with only 11 girls. If you want, book one now. In an hour's time, when the next ferry arrives, there will be no more girls for you,' he told The Sunday Times.
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