Almost as seamless as ordering takeaway from FoodPanda, WeChat is now the it mobile application for, how do I put this subtly… PROSTITUTION.
Shockingly, most users who are providing the services are college students wanting to make a quick buck. Whether it’s for tuition, expenses or plain shopping, young girls today are utilizing their assets for a little cash in return.
The Star had managed to engage with a 20-year old college girl under the alias of Abby to get an insider opinion on the business. As prostitution is illegal in Malaysia, she shared her experience in discretion.
The under-the-counter sex industry in our country is mainly split into two streams — via a pimp or freelance. Abby reckoned that “going through pimps is safer as those offering sex on their own could be frauds.”
She reveals that the price for a night of passion may range between RM150 to RM250, not including the fees of the hotel room. The rates ultimately depend on each girl, and age is not a determining factor.
Abby reveals that both locals and foreign students can be found in the industry.
But recent checks found many of such profiles on the application have been removed due to the police crackdown.
The WeChat groups are run by pimps and would constantly post pictures of newcomers giving regular customers a heads-up. As easy as asking what’s on the menu, interested customers would send a personal message and a list of girls available will be sent to the customer.
On the profile, it states that a session will last up to 45 minutes and will cost RM165 to RM200 including the hotel room. But if you’re down for the whole night it’s cost you RM500 to RM700, room charges included.
Cheng and Ayer Keroh, Malacca are places to be known to have the highest supply of intimate online services. Many are students pursuing their tertiary education, and there were even rumors of transvestites in the business.
These girls are young, wild and are dedicated to the job. Even to the point of offering aphrodisiacs to enhance the experience.
To each his own, but hopefully they move on to a more healthy side income. What would their parents think! 🙁
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