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A GANG of Romanian criminals is behind a sinister prostitution racket that has turned a well-known part of Limerick city into a red-light district, a Sunday Independent investigation reveals. The growing problem of prostitution in Limerick was highlighted last week when official parking signs were mysteriously altered, branding the Catherine Street area as a 'Red Light District'.
Former international rugby player Jerry Flannery, who runs a pub in the area, also made headlines after he suggested that if Irish men washed more regularly and dressed better they may not have to pay for sex.
However, business owners fear trade is being seriously blighted by the red-light notoriety of the area and describe the women, who sometimes start work from as early as 6.
The Sunday Independent has learned that the operation is being run by Romanian criminals based in Limerick. Through their work with the Romanian embassy and Interpol, gardai have established that most of the women working in this operation come from a town in northern Romania.
They are aged between 18 and 36, and have been brought to Limerick in recent years to work in the sex trade.