Metro Workers Busted in Transit Sex Ring

Station manager used loudspeaker to arrange business: cop
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 27, 2008 4:58 AM CDT
Metro Workers Busted in Transit Sex Ring
Rush hour commuters wait to ride on a Metro train.   (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)

Two workers in the Washington Metro transit system have been busted for running a prostitution ring from one of the train stations, and using a loudspeaker to arrange a tryst, according to police. One of the staffers, a station manager, advertised available "sexual pleasures" in flyers, reports Fox TV. She presented a book of options to an undercover cop that could be obtained on trips to Brazil—or locally, police said. (More crime stories.)

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