19 May '11, 8am

Chinese gigolos turn to Facebook to look for clients and advertise services

Chinese gigolos turn to Facebook to look for clients and advertise services

Male sex workers have turned to social networking website Facebook to advertise their services. -- PHOTO: AFP THE Internet has become a tool for male sex workers to scour for prospective clients. They are now using Facebook pages to advertise themselves and to look for new 'friends', reported China Press. A complainant told the daily that a gigolo going by the name of 'Billy' sent a short message to her Facebook message box offering an oil massage and sex as well as dinner and other services. It was later discovered that Billy and many other male prostitutes had posted advertisements for sexual services on the social networking site. Billy's Facebook page introduces himself as a tall and slim 27-year-old Chinese-Korean with a well-sculpted body. He also claimed to be fair, clean and tidy, and only serves women. -- THE STAR/ANN

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