After receiving an ad from an online job portal seeking applicants for a 'female escort, STOMPer menon wonders why such advertisements are still allowed in light of the recent vice raids.
According to the online advertisement, women who are suitable for the role should be sociable, 'pleasant looking' and able to 'entertain high profile clients and expatriates'. These women also stand to earn up to $10,000 a month.
The STOMPer's contribution comes off the back of 44 men who were charged with having paid sex with an underage girl.
The 44 were said to have engaged the girl through an online vice ring, which advertised the teenager as one with C-Cup breasts and available for hire at a rate between $450 to $850 per session.
The brains behind the online vice ring, 39-year-old Tang Boon Thiew, was also charged in court for living off the earnings of a prostitute.
That offence carries a jail term of up to five years, along with a fine of up to $10,000.
The STOMPer wrote:
"I was sent a job alert from JobStreet.
"This is just low!
"The news is all about a vice ring of 40 odd men and here we have JobStreet allowing their clients to recruit escorts!