Veering waaay off topic, but I really don't believe this for a moment. I've got absolutely no experience, directly or indirectly, of the situation in Europe and I realise Thailand may not be "representative" but I know quite a few "working" / ex-working boys and girls here who've worked abroad (Switzerland, Korea, Japan, Dubai, etc) and although none were trafficked claiming you were if caught wasn't just routine but automatic. Admit you were "working" of your own volition and you're in line for not just deportation but blacklisting and a prison sentence; claim you were "traficked" and you get a guaranteed "get out of jail free card", you may get deported but you could equally be on your way to becoming a legal refugee and an immigrant, and you get a grant from the UN0DC (and others) so you can set yourself up in another line of business.UNODOC estimate that over 70% of the world’s prostitutes are trafficked. The EU put the figures in member states with legal sex industries as being higher. Trafficking includes those who voluntarily move to work in the second industry only to find that their terms of employment are very different to what they were lead to believe.
Whatever, the Army treating using whores as a V&S issue is entirely coherent with anti-trafficking legislation which clearly identifies the sex trade as being a major trafficker.
What do you expect them to say?
I'm not suggesting traficking in the sex trade doesn't happen, but 70%?