10 Russians sans working permits nabbed in Manila bar
MANILA, Philippines – Ten Russian women without working permits were arrested in a night club in Malate, Manila Wednesday night.
The Manila Police District – Special Mayor’s Reaction Team (MPD-SMaRT) ) and the Manila Bureau of Permits, led by Dindo Quintos, conducted a spot inspection of Sha-Sha Club along San Andres Street near corner Adriatico Street at around 9:40 p.m.
WATCH: Elements of MPD SMaRT arrested ten illegal Russian workers in a bar in Malate, Manila last night.
Police said the Russian women did not have working visas.
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During the inspection, authorities discovered that the Russian women did not have the necessary working permits.
The arrested foreigners were identified as Ekaterina Golubeva, 27; Polina Tagunova, 26; Anna Mozharevskaya, 24; Anastasia Bakumenko, 23; Aleksandra Ivanova, 29; Zukhra Akhmedzianova, 21; Alexandra Zivittinsh, 21;Diana Razogreeva, 21; Anna Nikitina, 27 and Ussipbek Kymbat, 24.
They are detained at the MPD – Special Mayor’s Reaction Team (SMaRT) detachment and will be charged accordingly. /gsg
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