By: Wang Chao-yu and William Yen
Taipei, Jan. 16 (CNA) Two Vietnamese women, who were allegedly working as prostitutes in Taiwan, were recently arrested in the eastern county of Yilan for overstaying their visas, police said Wednesday.
The two women, aged 25 and 37, respectively, were found in a house in Luodong Township, police said, adding the women had entered Taiwan on Nov. 22 last year on e-visas and had stayed past their authorized admission period.
During questioning, the women also admitted that they had been providing sex services to three or four customers a day.
The women said they were employed by another Vietnamese surnamed Pan (潘), who has Taiwan citizenship, and were being paid NT$1,000 (US$32.4) per customer although Pan was collecting NT$2,200 from each client, according to the police. [FULL STORY]