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Brothel opposite primary school and Sikh temple closed down

Postby admin » 27 Mar 2017, 20:59

A brothel opposite a Sikh temple and primary school has been closed after residents complained that naked women were "loitering outside". Concerned Southall residents also said that clients knocked on the wrong doors asking for sex late at night.

After a police investigation, eight Romanian women found at the address in Western Road opted to leave a fortnight later.

Southall Metropolitan Police investigated the property after people in the neighbourhood described customers "knocking loudly on their front door waking them at 2am asking how much it will cost them to have sex." Women were "loitering naked in their garden" and clients were "parking their cars and blocking driveways" according to distressed residents, who share the road with Shri Guru Ravidass Temple and Featherstone Primary and Nursery School.

A Metropolitan Police officer told getwestlondon: "We received complaints about the address around March 10 that it was being being run as a brothel. Southall Green London Police Team (LPT) conducted a welfare visit of the address at the first available opportunity and it became clear that the address was being used as a brothel."

After collecting statements from those living nearby, police said eight Romanian women found in the property opted to leave of their own accord two weeks later.

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Re: Brothel opposite primary school and Sikh temple closed down

Postby admin » 24 Apr 2017, 18:47

Police have placed a poster saying "no girls here" on the door of a home previously used as a brothel in Southall. Southall Green London Police Team (LPT) investigated the Western Road property following complaints naked women were "loitering outside". Officers visited the home recently and used a closure order, leaving the property empty.

Following the closure police placed a poster on the front door to notify the public it is no longer being used as a brothel. The poster reads: "Brothel closed. This property is now empty. No girls here."

The property sits opposite the Shri Guru Ravidass Temple and Featherstone Primary and Nursery School.

Neighbours complaining of customers "knocking loudly on their front door waking them at 2am asking how much it will cost them to have sex" were a factor in the investigation, officers said.

LPT launched the investigation on March 10.

Officers said eight Romanian women found in the property left of their own accord two weeks later.

No arrests have been made so far.

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Re: Brothel opposite primary school and Sikh temple closed down

Postby admin » 24 Apr 2017, 18:47

A brothel in Southall which police say had been operating for three years has been shut down. Officers said a gang of Romanian nationals using a property in The Green were evicted on Tuesday April 18.

The team from Southall Green Local Policing said the gang had been operating in the road for three years. During the time the brothel was open, police said the gang sold sex at three separate properties in the road. Police, as with a previous closure in Southall , put up a poster saying "brothel closed" with "no girls here" at the bottom.

The force believes the same gang is linked to a brothel closed down in Western Road in March, just a short distance away.

Officers said they spoke to customers who admitted paying between £30 and £60 for sex at the brothel in The Green.

The address was treated as a priority for two months with officers working alongside Ealing Council. Impact statements from residents and businesses were collected during this time.

No arrests have been made.

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