Men given ‘police advice’ as Luton brothel closed

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A brothel in Luton was closed down this morning after residents repeatedly complained of anti-social behaviour.

Paradise Sauna & Health Club, Wellington Street, was visited by officers executing a warrant at 1.40am

Three women – aged 29, 34 and 37 - were arrested on suspicion of managing a brothel while a number of males at the location were given “police advice” before being told to leave the location.

Sgt Melissa Cunningham, from the Local Policing Team, said: “My team had received numerous complaints about the activity taking place at the location and as a result we were able to obtain a warrant from the Magistrates court which allowed us to enter the brothel while a closing down order was also issued by the Chief Superintendent.

“Following the initial warrant and closure notice – which was valid for 48 hours - we have been back to court to obtain an order which will keep the premises closed for a further three months.

“Some people may think that as the people involved are consenting adults then there shouldn’t be an issue but residents should not have to suffer Anti-Social Behaviour and have their lives blighted by the patrons or employees of such an establishment.

“We can take positive action against people making life a misery for others.”

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