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Prostitute Interrupts TV Interview to Solicit Reporter [BIG DUMMY FILES]

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Tonight’s BIG DUMMY is a prostitute named Rhonda. As a reporter was interviewing a Savannah, Ga., police officer about the dangers of prostitution and HIV, a woman identified only as Rhonda approached the men and attempted to solicit the reporter for $10.

“I’m a prostitute, just out of prison and back on the streets,” she said.

When asked why she’s chose to do this sort of work, Rhonda tells the reporter, “Department of Labor is giving no jobs. McDonald’s, Burger King ain’t hiring. The only thing left for a woman to do in Savannah is sell their body. Prostitution ain’t nothing bad. It happened long time ago. It happened in Jesus Christ’s time.”

I just can’t.
14 News, WFIE, Evansville, Henderson, Owensboro

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