arts Unseen photos provide a sensitive look at America's early 'working girls' Published 29th November Unseen photos provide a sensitive look at America's early 'working girls'. Written by Dita Von Teese. Dita Von Teese is a burlesque performer, model and author. This is an edited extract from her foreword to "Working Girls: An American Brothel, Circa " by Robert Flynn Johnson. Women in sexual professions have always distinguished themselves from other women, from the mores of the time, by pushing the boundaries of style. The most celebrated concubines and courtesans in history set the trends in their respective courts.
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The Ninoy Aquino International Airport bullet-planting scandal , locally known as laglag-bala "drop bullet" or tanim-bala "plant bullet" , was a scandal in the Philippines from late to mid, in which airport security personnel at Ninoy Aquino International Airport NAIA in Metro Manila were alleged to have planted bullets in the luggage of passengers in order to extort money from them. At least thirty cases of the scheme were recorded in , according to the Philippine National Police Aviation Security Group PNP-AVSEGROUP , with the Manila International Airport Authority MIAA recording only five such incidents. Multiple instances of apprehending passengers at the NAIA for allegedly bringing bullets started in late The passengers were freed only on the condition that they sign the logbook. In November , President Benigno Aquino III son of the politician for whom the airport is named ordered the Department of Transportation and Communications to conduct an investigation of the alleged scheme. The National Bureau of Investigation NBI later confirmed that an extortion syndicate was behind the bullet-planting scheme, based on their initial findings. According to the NBI's investigation, some porters were involved in identifying potential victims for the bullet-planting scam.