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By Kerry J. July 3, pm Updated July 3, pm. The Holbeck red light zone in the city of Leeds, the first in the nation for the legalized sex trade, has closed after the failed experiment angered local residents and activists across the country. Prostitution and soliciting sex will be re-criminalized in the area according to local reports. But it quickly became a sex- and drug-filled cesspool. There was even murder. Lewis Pierre was sentenced to 22 years in prison. Another resident, Pauline Lawn, claimed she looked out her bedroom window to find a man and woman having sex in broad daylight.
The pandemic effectively brought the Holbeck red light zone to an end last year. But its closing became official in June following an announcement by the Leeds City Council. One Facebook group opposed to the prostitution haven, Save Our Eyes , welcomed the return of law and order enthusiastically.
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UK’s first legal red light district closed after sex and drugs ‘terrified’ residents