Community is plagued by sign-bending, pole-dancing prostitutes7/17/2012
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Residents of a community in South Auckland, New Zealand, are "beyond moral outrage" that their neighborhood, Hunter's Corner, has been so overrun by corner girls (and boys) they can barely keep a street sign intact. Representatives of Hunter's Corner – where residents note, packages marked "Hooker's Corner" may also be delivered "with no problems whatsoever" – say more than 40 street sign poles have been bent or broken in the past 18 months alone because "Prostitutes use these street sign poles as dancing poles" and "often snap them." "Some of the prostitutes are big, strong people," one community leader said. Maybe someone should put up a "No pole dancing" sign? [Source]
What should this neighborhood do to resolve the problem?