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Prostitutes are forced to avoid miniskirts to maintain highway safety in Italy


Milan: Prostitutes in Italy will be forced hereafter to avoid miniskirts and revealing tops. As per the new decision of the authorities, they have to wear reflective jackets and trousers commonly used by road workers in a bid to improve highway safety in the country. The sex workers gathering on main road into Milan in northern Italy will be charged a fine of 500 euro (£350) if they don’t avoid the attention grabbing dresses. Authorities in the town of Spino d’Adda said that the prostitutes cause a road-safety problems on the route from Milan to Cremona, and asked the countrymen to be be treated them as construction workers. An estimated 15,000 extra sex workers are expected to move to Milan on account of the tourist boom caused by the 2015 Expo World Fair being held there. Luciano Sinigaglia, deputy mayor of Spino d’Adda, told that the sex workers should be treated as employees who work on road construction and forced to wear clothes that make them visible properly. He has stressed the need to wear reflective clothing in place of miniskirts. If the prostitutes are caught for a second time for not wearing the right clothes, they will be taken to the police

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station. It is hoped that the new rules will be enforced from September. In 2010, sex workers on a highway near the town of Els Alamus in Catalonia, north-east Spain, were ordered by the police to wear fluorescent jackets to prevent accidents. Officers were fined 40 euros (£28) for those sex workers who failed to wear the brightly-colored clothing under a road traffic law which also insist pedestrians on major highways or hard shoulders to wear the reflective jackets. However, the women have responded to the fines by buying the sleeveless yellow jackets and wearing them over their work outfits which consist of short skirts or shorts and skimpy tops.   Video on Prostitutes in Italy