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Local politicians prostitutes should be treated as "road workers" and forced to wear clothes "which make them visible" to motorists. Prostitutes working the street in Italy have been ordered to wear hi-vis vests so motorists can spot them in the dark.
Hookers working the red light district on the outskirts of Milan have been told to cover up mini-skirts with luminous yellow or orange vests. Luciano Sinigaglia, the deputy mayor of Spino d'Adda, just south of Milan, said prostitutes should be treated as "road workers" and forced to wear clothes "which make them visible" to motorists.
He said they were a "road safety problem" and street walkers would be arrested if they didn't comply with the new policy, set to come into force next month. Mr Sinigaglia said this week: "The sex workers should be treated as employees who work on road construction and forced to wear clothes that make them visible. I hope to have the new law up and running by the start of September. Milan has seen a huge boom in prostitution since the Expo World Fair opened in May this year. The world renowned public exhibition, which ends in October, is expected to see 20 million visitors arrive in the area which in turn has seen about 15, extra prostitutes ply for trade around the city.
Local Gino Angelucci joked: "Let us hope men don't get confused and try to pick up a road worker by mistake. In , road signs warning of "prostitutes ahead" - showing a big-breasted woman in mini-skirt and high heels - were installed in the Italian city of Treviso, around miles from Milan. Motorists complained that they were being "distracted" by the red-bordered triangular sign, which stated Attenzione Prostitute.
One local Dino Vezino, 34, said at the time: "I was driving in to work and saw this sign and had to slow down to get a proper look. By Stian Alexander. Hard to spot: Madrid officials say sex workers need to stand out Image: PA Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice.