Breastfeeding Prostitution Ring Shut Down By Chinese Police
Fifteen people were arrested in China in connection to a bizarre breastfeeding prostitution ring that provided the services of young mothers.
Authorities found out about the milk trade service through an investigative report by Beijing News. The
report revealed details about the website, where men paid a lot of money to be breastfed by women with newborn babies.
Apart from selling their milk to complete strangers, the mothers fed their babies powdered milk to focus
on their customers.
According to the police, more than 200 people paid for breastfeeding and prostitution services that were advertised on several websites.
Customers had to pay $11 a week to become a member and have access to the lactating women. They could see their photographs and were encouraged to sign up for a subscription service that allowed them to choose a particular female. After picking out one young mom, the men went to milk bars where they gave cash to the women in exchange for milk.
A woman involved in the odd business said they provided two types of services. Namely, some customers only wanted to be fed, while others wanted something more. She added that mothers would have regular customers only if they offered sex.