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  • Tuariki
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    Someone reported them at their destination outside of Auckland on the suspicion that they were persons who had false documents allowing them to leave Auckland and get through the Auckland border.

    Auckland has been locked down for 3 months now and you can't enter or leave unless you have a Government document authorising your travel

    When the police turned up to check, it was discovered they were sex workers.

    Sex workers are not registered, and inventoried. It is a legal occupation in NZ for those aged 18 and over.

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  • lonewolf
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    Are sex workers registered and inventoried regularly in NZ? HOw would you know two crossed the border?

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  • Tuariki
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    Originally posted by Tuariki View Post
    What with sex workers and criminal gang members ignoring covid-19 safety measures New Zealand is now losing the battle against the spread of covid-19.

    Community cases have now spread to the top of the North Island down to Taupo, Taranaki and the Hawkes Bay, meaning it has entered into the top of the lower half of the North Island. The South Island is still covid-19 free.

    While our numbers are still small compared to overseas, maximum of just over 200 a day out in the community, this is worrying when for so many months we had zero community cases. We have about 100 hospitalised.

    On the positive front we have about 93% with a single vaccination dose and 84% double dosed.
    And like many other countries we have growing protests against lockdowns and mandatory covid-19 vaccinations for certain occupations.

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  • Tuariki
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    What with sex workers and criminal gang members ignoring covid-19 safety measures New Zealand is now losing the battle against the spread of covid-19.

    Community cases have now spread to the top of the North Island down to Taupo, Taranaki and the Hawkes Bay, meaning it has entered into the top of the lower half of the North Island. The South Island is still covid-19 free.

    While our numbers are still small compared to overseas, maximum of just over 200 a day out in the community, this is worrying when for so many months we had zero community cases. We have about 100 hospitalised.

    On the positive front we have about 93% with a single vaccination dose and 84% double dosed.

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  • MidnightHamster
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    It’s not normal that those sex workers can escape from quarantine. Laws are for everyone. Police in Norway have detained sex workers on suspicion of violating quarantine regulations. Despite the fact that they have not been charged with any crime, the employees from other european nations fear imprisonment and removal from Norway. According to media reports, some have already been compelled to leave, even though their clients do not appear to have been detained. That’s how should work laws for everyone. During quarantine I required their services: regal and luxury women escort, as I know they work on legit base and you can rest away, cause every woman is tested regularly.
    Last edited by MidnightHamster; 11-18-2021, 12:25 PM.

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  • KevinR
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    Originally posted by gh View Post

    that's a sex worker's job isn't it?
    I see what you did there.....clever!

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  • Tuariki
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    Originally posted by gh View Post

    that's a sex worker's job isn't it?
    And its catching on GH.

    A few days ago 2 more sex workers escaped the border controls in Auckland and made it to the South Island where they were arrested.

    It's all about supply and demand, I guess.

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  • gh
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    Originally posted by Tuariki View Post
    ....
    Cometh the hour
    Cometh the man
    ...
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    that's a sex worker's job isn't it?

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  • KevinR
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    Yikes!

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  • Tuariki
    started a topic Sex workers escape Auckland lock down

    Sex workers escape Auckland lock down

    Just over a week ago 2 sex workers escaped Auckland into Northland reportedly to service clients.

    It appears both were covid-19 infectitious at the time.

    They have been apprehended by police and are now confined to a quarantine facility for the covid-19 infected. However, they are refusing to cooperate with health authorities about what they were doing and with whom.

    I suspect there a are few males sweating it in Northland, who are continuing in their daily lives but wondering what to say to their wives if they fall ill with covid-19, or their wives, children and friends do.

    Cometh the hour
    Cometh the man
    Cometh the covid-19
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