ARMENIAN POLICE BLOCK SEX SERVICE WEBSITE
- YEREVAN. - Andranik H., who was summoned to Armenian Police Force General Department Against Organized Crime on Wednesday, confessed to having created the armgirls.am website that offers sex services.
He admitted to posting, on the aforesaid website, data on Armenian prostitutes, the price list for intimate services, and the prostitutes' photographs and telephone numbers, the Police Press Service informs.
Also, Andranik H. surrendered the computer with which he had created and edited the website. The computer is sent for expert examination.
The website is blocked, and an investigation is launched.
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