UK Prostitutes warned of Serial Killer!!!

A serial killer is going around killing Prostitutes in UK and the police has warned all prostitutes to not go out at night, because it could be dangerous for their lives. Whats funny is that is their job, and now they can't earn any money if they dont go out and this will last as long as the police has not caught the killer. So if the police do not catch it for let's say like 2 or 3 months, or longer, how are the prostitutes going to earn money for their living. Eventually they will go out because they have to make some money, and that will get more of them killed. Even though the police is only trying to help them, but they are helping them by telling them to not go to work, so overall its bad for the prostitutes. I say the prostitutes should just go and get themselves a nice decent job, so they don't have to worry about any of this problem. Read the whole article from The Star:

IPSWICH, England - Detectives hunted for a suspected serial killer on Tuesday after three bodies of prostitutes were found and another two were reported missing.

The naked bodies of three women were found a few kilometres apart in rural eastern England. One body was found in a stream, another in a pond and a third in the woods.

The killing has stirred memories of one of Britain's worst serial killers, so-called Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, who admitted in 1981 to killing 13 women, mostly prostitutes, in northern England during the 1970s. He was sentenced to serve a minimum of 30 years in prison.

The three victims were identified as Gemma Adams, 25, whose body was found Dec. 2; Tania Nicol, 19, whose body was found Friday; and 24-year-old Anna Lee Alderton, whose body was found Sunday. Police said Alderton — who was last spotted on a train — was asphyxiated, but no other details were released.

Ipswich is about 113 kilometres northeast of London.

Two other women — 24-year-old Paula Clennell and 29-year-old Annette Nicholls — have been missing for about a week.

Police say all five worked as prostitutes.

"We may be looking for one perpetrator. There may be more," said Detective Chief Superintendent Stewart Gull, who added a serial killer may be responsible.

Assistant Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer urged prostitutes to stay off the street, and to help police with any information they have.

"If you are out alone at night, you are putting yourself in danger at this time," she said.



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