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From September 1st, , street prostitution in the industrial area of Strebersdorf will be limited to certain times, Floridsdorf District Chairman Georg Papai said. From November 1st to February 29th prostitutes will be allowed to work on the streets from 7am to 7pm, from March 1st to April 30th and during October from 6am until 10pm and between May 1st and September 20th from 6am until 10pm.
Police will be in the area to make sure that people are not being harassed. Pedestrians and business owners from the area have complained that they have been accosted by prostitutes and pimps, and have also found used condoms on the pavements.
It was designed to move prostitution into regulated brothels, and away from residential areas. Austria's news in English Search. Editions Austria Denmark France. Germany Italy Norway. Spain Sweden Switzerland. News categories Politics Technology Lifestyle More…. Jobs in Austria Browse jobs Post a vacancy. Email newsletters Newsletter sign-up Edit my subscriptions. Other pages Noticeboard Site search.
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