Sunday, October 26, 2014

In New Zealand: Paid live-in prostitute to act like husband and wife.

I suggest the NZ authority should check her background.

Prostitution is legal in New Zealand, even a policewoman was found out moonlighting as one.  Read here. 

A short story here.  Many years ago a friend who was doing a stint in NZ said many live-in prostitute in NZ are for hired that could be hired to stay with you as long as you want, to live like a husband and wife, a boyfriend and a girlfriend, anything that strikes your fancy.
This just my theory, may be, a naive person could have hired such a service and at the end of it got emotionally entangled and besotted, smitten or falling in love with these professional women.
They say it is so easy to "fall in love" with these women.
A besotted person could have done many crazy think like stalking etc just to again "win" the heart of his "wife" or "girlfriend", after a quick "divorce"?
I am just saying.  May be the NZ government should look into such an activity of a live-in prostitute, if there is such a thing.
It can cause a lot of anguish to many men otherwise under a normal circumstance are just a normal person.  


In other news:

Check his lifestyle and financial background too please!

 "In his bid to initiate a new phase of "reformasi" among the country’s youth, Universiti Malaya (UM) Students' Council president Fahmi Zainol now faces the threat of suspension and, in the long run, the risk that he may go down the same path as convicted youth activists Safwan Anang and Adam Adli Abd Halim.  But the 23-year-old Public Service Department (PSD) scholarship student is undeterred by the threats from his university and even the prospect of a future behind bars, if that was what it took to wake Malaysians up to Putrajaya’s alleged abuse of power."

My take: I am wondering how much was paid to this UM Student's Council president Fahmi to "stand high" as a hero in defence of BABI.  The same way I believe  another student activist  was
paid.  Every weak ones has a price. 

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