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The gangs created social media accounts on which they posed as attractive Asian women and befriended victims.
The fraudsters invited victims to engage in cybersex activities via webcam, during which the woman would take off her clothes to entice the victim to take off his.
More Hong Kong men are falling prey to sex chat scams, police warned, as the number of cybersex-related blackmail cases rose sharply this year.
The force’s cybersecurity bureau warned men to be vigilant and not to take off their clothes during video sex chats, as they risk having their erotic clips circulated on the internet if they did not pay.
Nearly all victims were male, with ages ranging from 14 to 66.
The number of cases saw a more than 50 per cent year-on-year increase and is more than 12 times the 60 cases reported for the whole of 2012.
The latest police figures show there were 766 ‘sextortion’ cases in the first nine months of this year.Although organised prostitution is illegal, the industry had always been under the influence of triads to recruit economically disadvantaged women who otherwise would never enter the profession voluntarily.Until the 1980s, most Hong Kong underground sex establishments were run by gangsters. The Cantonese name of the street, 擺花 (pai fa) literally means "flower arrangement", possibly because of presence of numerous stalls in the area in the mid-19th century, selling flowers From 1884 to 1887 many brothels were declared by the Government to be unlicensed and closed down.However, most of the commercial sex worker industry consists of women working in small, usually one room apartments, usually referred to as "one-woman brothels", the equivalent of the "walk-up brothel" in the United Kingdom.They advertise for clients through the Internet and local classifieds.
A total of HK$2.6 million was pocketed by swindlers through sextortion, compared to HK$1.6 million over the same period in 2014.