Zhongzheng Second Precinct of the Taipei City Police Department. Photo: Google Maps

Taiwanese police and immigration officers have arrested 11 Vietnamese women for offering prostitution services at a building in Taipei City, along with two of their alleged customers.

Officers in the police department’s Zhongzheng second precinct and the National Immigration Agency responded after public complaints that vice activities were occurring at the building in section 2 of Xinsheng North Road in Zhongshan District, The China Times reported.

The women were allegedly found to be providing prostitution services in seven suites in the building. Cash and condoms were also seized during the police operation.

Two men aged 51 and 38, both with the surname Chen, were arrested at the premises. Police allege they were engaging in illegal sexual services.

A preliminary police investigation has found that the women charged NT$2,000 (about US$68) per service, of which NT$700 (US$23.90) would be taken by the brothel’s management. The women were each serving up to seven customers a day.

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