Revealed: Hundreds of suspected sex workers stopped at NZ border

NewsHub 5 June 2019
Family First Comment: As predicted, our liberalised law has opened the way to exploitation, trafficking and sexual violence. Shame on NZ.

A Newshub investigation has revealed hundreds of suspected sex workers are being stopped at the border, as Immigration New Zealand cracks down.

The practice is illegal, but that isn’t stopping them coming here from Asia and South America.

More than four thousand legal sex workers operate in New Zealand at any one time.

On top of that, there are “illegal foreign” workers, but officials don’t know how many.

Officials say the problem is getting worse.

“We’re concerned that some of these unlawful migrants are being exploited,” said Dave Campbell of Immigration NZ.



3 comments for “Revealed: Hundreds of suspected sex workers stopped at NZ border

  1. Joelle
    6 June 2019 at 12:03 pm

    Fully agree, wrong time as kids watching. Even my husband said he felt aroused. How low can we go NZ

  2. Janice Nihoniho
    6 June 2019 at 8:43 pm

    Is this the fruit of a society that has been brainwashed about “choice’s?

  3. Eileen Auckram
    7 June 2019 at 2:22 pm

    When Helen Clark pushed her members to vote for the legalization of prostitution we were so shocked. The Bill was passed 61-60 with a few abstaining. How could a woman push for women to be used like this?

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