The flyers disseminated through social networks and WhatsApp messages specify that, depending on the package purchased, the young women hired can go topless or totally nude.
The most basic package that the establishment offers is the color blue, it costs four thousand pesos and includes three girls with 6 sensual dances and the highest is red, at 14 thousand pesos with 13 women, 26 sensual dances and 10 “surprise gifts” . The others are intermediates differentiated by the colors green and pink.
When this Tlaxcala nightclub campaign was made known, several users of social networks gave their opinion about it and while some criticized the “irresponsibility” of these places, others jokingly celebrated the “noble gesture”.
Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission is urging authorities to launch a probe into nightclubs in the country that are offering home delivery for illicit activity amid coronavirus-related shutdowns around the country.
“This is an attack not only on the right to public health but also constitutes discrimination and possible human trafficking for sexual exploitation,” the commission said in a statement.
Some of the nightclubs in question are accused of human trafficking and advertising underage girls. The National Human Rights Commission said the activity was noted on April 3 in the central state of Tlaxcala, a hot spot for human trafficking in the country.
The National Citizen’s Observatory of Feminicide said Tuesday that women and girls being advertised for such services “are being exposed not just to being infected with COVID-19, but also to different forms of violence,” the group said in a statement.
For its part, the Government of Puebla closed a restaurant-bar located in Plaza Las Gallos, this after not presenting the necessary documentation for its operation and violating the health protocols for the prevention of COVID-19.
Likewise, in Boca del Río, Veracruz a similar situation arose, a table dance at first resisted closing and published a series of photos of its staff (with face masks and antibacterial gel), ready to open at night.
“At Hots Mamacitas La Palapa” our clients are the most important. For this reason, due to the presence of Covid-19 at an international level, we are applying preventive measures to maintain a clean and healthy environment and reinforce your tranquility, ”the nightclub publication reads.
Until March 23 it was still open. Currently, it has home delivery only in food.
As of Friday, Mexico has reported 3,844 coronavirus cases and 233 deaths. The country has been slow to implement social distancing efforts but began doing so late last week.
Source: cndh.org.mx, animalpolitico.com, observatoriofeminicidiomexico.org
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