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Lucrative business ends in jail

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A former solicitor who set up an internet prostitution business has been jailed for a year at Guildford Crown Court for "prostitution offences", UK tabloid The Sun reports.

Father of two Davy Tang, 42, netted up to £14,000 a week by advertising the services of 30 women. One, named "Sonia", earned her pimp £535 in two days, while commission in one week from 31 "appointments" by "Madelaine" was £1,550.

In four years, Tang earned £500,000 with which he bought a house in Ripley, Surrey, a BMW, Mercedes, and a Porsche. He was brought to justice after a tax probe. ®

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