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By Simon Tomlinson for MailOnline. Con artists: African prostitutes are extorting thousands of pounds from white clients in Abu Dhabi by claiming they have fallen pregnant and then threatening to expose them unless they pay up file picture of unconnected sex worker. African prostitutes are extorting thousands of pounds from white clients in Abu Dhabi by claiming they have fallen pregnant and then threatening to expose them unless they pay up.
One Ugandan sex worker told how she had worked her way up from being a night club prostitute to a pimp married to a high-level business executive. Prostitutes are taught to ensure they get the man's phone numbers after their encounter, supposedly for repeat business. The sex workers then continue the ruse, asking their clients for more money because of medical complications. New workers were expected to target three men in their first month with these schemes and few women resisted because this was often the only way they could repay their debt.
The con was revealed by a Ugandan sex worker who fled back to her home country after being tricked into working for pimps in Abu Dhabi. Sarah Nakintu is just one of thousands of women every year to be trafficked into sex slavery, with the Australia-based anti-slavery campaign group Walk Free estimating there are 36 million people trapped in modern-day slavery around the world. Recalling her journey into industry, she said she had been grateful to her friend for alerting her to job opportunities in marketing and retail in Dubai.
The year-old from the Ugandan capital Kampala trusted her friend, who had worked in the United Arab Emirates and seemed successful with plenty of money.
She followed her friend's instructions: present a valid passport to the recruiter who would organise airline tickets and a visa. Nakintu who requested her real name not be used was advised to only keep her boarding pass to Kigali, Rwanda, in sight and hide her connecting pass to Dubai as immigration officials stop migrants who bypassed government recruiting agencies to seek employment.