US Homeland Security Info Leads to Cybersex Den in Lapu-Lapu


Intelligence information provided by the United States Homeland Security has led to the raid of an alleged cybersex den in Lapu-Lapu City early today (Thursday).

Initial information revealed that elements of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) 7 raided a cybersex den in Lapu-Lapu City before noon today and arrested several alleged operators.

A DYLA report also said that the raid resulted in the rescue of several women. The ages of the rescued girls have not been disclosed yet.

According to the report, the NBI conducted a three-month surveillance operation on the alleged cybersex den based on the information handed by the US Homeland Security.

The US Homeland Security has been closely working with local authorities as the US government intensifies its campaign against cybersex involving American citizens.

Earlier raids in Lapu-Lapu City and Cordova town revealed that most of the patrons of these so-called cybersex dens are foreigners, mostly Americans. –