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Prostitute returns to work just 30 minutes after giving birth

A prostitute went back to work in a notorious red light district just 30 minutes after giving birth to her baby, a Police Community Support Office has revealed.

Jacqui Fairbanks from the Police Community Support Office, who has been helping the sex workers in Hull’s Hessle Road for ten years revealed this, saying that there are currently around 40 of them working in the area at various times.

“One woman had a baby and, within half an hour, was back out on the streets. That’s how desperate some of these women are,’ she told the Hull Daily Mail.

“This isn’t Pretty Woman, I’m afraid. Some rich punter isn’t going to come along and sweep these women off their feet and live happily ever after.

“Our problem is that these women will not come and deal with us. Their self-esteem is so low that they enjoy the attention they receive and that is really sad.”

Fairbanks insists that those who engage in prostitution are in their late 20s or early 30s to a couple of women in their 60s

 ‘thankfully we don’t have any young girls on the streets in Hull’. She said.

When it comes to customers who patronize them, she said:

‘We have lads as young as 17 or 18 using these sex workers and the age range goes up to those in their 80s’.

 

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