A romantic honeymoon ended with a prostitution arrest earlier this month.
Yep, a man from Illinois attempted to hire a prostitute while he was on his honeymoon with his new bride in Orlando.
According to NBC, Mohammed Ahmed answered an online ad for a prostitute. Ahmed left his hotel to meet the woman, but, when he arrived at the location, he was greeted by undercover police officers.
After Ahmed was arrested, his bride started to worry about his whereabouts and called the police to report that he was missing. The sheriff’s office then had the uncomfortable duty of informing the newly wed woman that her husband was in jail for hiring a prostitute. Ahmed was also charged with marijuana possession.
According to Fox News, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office arrested 92 people during the prostitution sting. In addition to the 21-year-old man on his honeymoon, a 45-year-old youth minister was also arrested for prostitution. In total, 12 pimps, 39 prostitutes, and 39 johns were arrested for prostitution during the four day sting. Two other people were arrested for accompanying the Johns to the undercover location.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said: “Prostitution is illegal, and those who commit or who derive proceeds from this crime in Polk County can expect to go to jail… Whether it is on the street or online, prostitution is illegal and we will continue to investigate and arrest those involved.”
Is this the worst possible way to start a marriage? Do you think Mohammed Ahmed and his wife will stay married after their honeymoon ended with a prostitution arrest?