`Authorized' racketeering keeps nightclubs afloat
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Untouched: Cars roll down the nightclub hub of Jl. Falatehan in South Jakarta at 10:50 p.m. on Tuesday. Outside of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, the street draws scores of foreign nationals for the open prostitution on offer. The street is just 100 meters from the National Police headquarters. JP/Ricky YudhistiraPretty girls, a rich selection of alcohol, and rocking disc jockeys are not the o...
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