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LiveLink: Cops Hunt Girls in Public Library Porn Show January 6, 2015:
Girls who have been filming themselves stripping naked in public libraries and cafes, displaying their naked bodies and touching each other are being hunted by police in Moldova. Vice squad officers say those identified as taking part in the worrying new trend for public exposure in front of pay for view clients include a blonde and brunette who goes by the user name of hitgirl_tko on myfreewebcams.com. The pair provoked a storm of protest when they uploaded the pornographic videos of themselves in the National Library in the Moldovan capital Chisinau. But local police vice squad officers believe the two are just the tip of the iceberg and highlighted dozens of other cases which they say are also being investigated and are part of a worrying trend of young girls using the free wireless access in public places so they can access clients who pay them to strip off and expose themselves. A police insider said: "It takes money to set up a home WebCam studio as you need computers, and Internet access amongst other things. Much easier to simply use what's on offer for free in places like public libraries, where there seem to be plenty of men prepared to pay young girls to expose themselves for the extra kick of sex in public - without any of the risk to the men." He said that the case of the two girls was just one of several being investigated and he believes that stripping off in public for pay for view clients may be the new trend in the porn branch for this year. In one scene the girls who are currently being featured on the front pages of the country's media are seen topless and kissing each other as an old man sits reading in the background. In another they are seen standing by some bookshelves showing off their assets before the brunette gets on her knees behind the blonde, and imitates oral sex. In yet another they are seen pretending to read while masturbating.
After some Moldovan camgirls follow Agent99's lead, they are hunted by police. Authorities in the U.S. are a bit slower to catch on.