Charged with exploitation in the Philippines


A man from Aust-Agder charged with assault and human trafficking in the Philippines

A man from Aust-Agder has been detained in custody, charged with exploiting young girls in the Philippines.


The man was detained at the end of September. The prison sentence has been extended twice, writes Agderposten.

The 60-year-old man was aiming to exploit young girls in vulnerable situations for sexual performance. The sentence also includes human trafficking and abuse of power.

“The sentence applies to both contacts in the Philippines and contacts via electronic media,” states police adviser Jørgen Henriksen in the Agder police newspaper.

The man is also charged with sexually offensive behaviour, after finding video footage from a hidden video camera placed in the bathroom.


© NTB scanpix / #Norway Today


1 Comment on "Charged with exploitation in the Philippines"

  1. Joakim Haugen | 28. November 2018 at 09:32 |

    Sadly the majority of male Norwegian politicians is homosexual and as they don’t want to be branded a pedophile by having young lovers, thus they actively make laws to give minimal to no punishment for abusing children. Norway has the lowest punishment for raping children in the world!

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