Friday 23 September 2022
Dakahlia – Ramy Mahmoud:
Officers of the General Administration for the Protection of Morals in the East Delta region, in coordination with the Public Security Sector and the Dakahlia Security Directorate, managed to seize a wife-exchange network run by a teacher and his wife via the social networking site “Facebook” for a fee of two thousand pounds per hour.
The police forces arrested the accused in front of their place of residence in the village of Mit Mahmoud, Mansoura center, and they confessed to committing the incident.
Major General Marwan Habib, Director of Dakahlia Security, had received a notification from Major General Mohamed Abdel Hadi, Director of Criminal Investigation, stating that the report No. 3 cases had been received, to the Mansoura Center’s warden, and issued by the officers of the General Administration for the Protection of Morals in the East Delta region, against a teacher and his wife, accusing them of running a network of anti-business networks. For etiquette, exchanging wives and promoting them through the social networking site “Facebook” for a fee.
The officers of the General Administration for the Protection of Morals, in the East Delta region, monitored the existence of a page on the social networking site “Facebook”, containing many pictures of girls, and some expressions in which advertisers express their willingness to engage in immoral acts and exchange wives, in exchange for a sum of money. The page is a teacher named “Q. A.” 55 years old, residing in one of the villages of the Mansoura district, and his wife, “M. M. A,” 48 years old, a housewife.
It was found that the accused and his wife created a page on the social networking site to call for the practice of immorality collectively, the exchange of wives, and to attract those who desire forbidden pleasure in return for a fee by facilitating the exploitation of his wife in immoral acts.
After codifying the procedures, and in coordination with the Public Security Sector and the Dakahlia Security Directorate, the suspects were arrested when they were in front of their place of residence in a village in the Mansoura district.
Confronting the first accused, he admitted his suspicious and forbidden activity by calling and facilitating group sex and exchanging wives and facilitating and exploiting his wife to practice vice with those who want pleasure through the social networking site, in exchange for an amount of 2000 pounds.
Two of their mobile phones were found in their possession, one of which contained messages and conversations indicating their sinful activity.
Report No. 16886 of the Mansoura Center misdemeanour for the year 2022 has been released about the incident, and the Public Prosecution is being presented to conduct investigations.