S Koreans offered prizes to shun prostitutes
The South Korean Government is handing out gifts for office workers who promise not to visit brothels this holiday season.
The Ministry of Gender Equality is offering to pay companies whose employees pledge not to buy sex after what are typically alcohol-soaked, year-end parties.
"If you promise yourself to make it a healthy night out at the end of the year and if you recommend this to others, we are giving lots of prizes," the ministry said in an Internet posting.
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Skip The New Years Eve Prostitute, WIN A PRIZE
You cannot make up some news...seems that South Korea has a new program out to disuede men and companies from frequenting prostitutes...skip the roll in the hay, WIN A PRIZE! Tickets to a movie...now there is and incentive! Does this mean Paris Hilton will find herself all alone for the New Year's toast...SHAME ON ME!