According to Poland’s public broadcaster TVP, the den of iniquity was run by Olena and Piotr J. (surname withheld in accordance with the Polish law) a married couple and a man by the name Wiesłag G.
The couple-hundred-sqm-large fleshpot offered jacuzzis, saunas, a well-supplied bar, 30 luxurious bedrooms and a bevy of keen-to-the-eye young female companions. Connoisseurs were also welcomed to enjoy “a captivating erotic massage”, while visitors with a taste for something more extravagant found “a BDSM room” at their disposal.
“They were taken completely by surprise,” Iwona Jurkiewicz, spokesperson of the Police said, adding that “members of the gang were recruiting women so that they might offer sexual services for their suburban brothel.”
The married couple and Wiesław G. were among the detainees. All of them were charged with leading an organised criminal group and may face up to 10 years behind bars. According to the data acquired by the police, “the three individuals were in charge of the business, giving directions to their prostitutes and collecting money,” as Ms Jurkiewicz put it.
The police reported that Eastern European women were working for the procurers side by side with Polish nationals. According to TVP, the non-Polish women were from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. Both the police and TVP reported that patrons were eager to pay thousands of PLN at the villa which brought in hundreds of thousands of PLN in illicit monthly revenues.
According to the information provided by TVP, the lowest price for a time of indulgence with one of the prostitutes amounted to PLN 300 (EUR 68 EUR) per hour.
There were six people detained in total and three of them were placed in police custody. The police reported that the investigation is still at an early stage and the prosecutor’s office stated that more detentions may be expected.