Three Americans, Canadian detained for exhibitionism while filming scenes for pornographic movie in public

Posted on June 21, 2016 • Filed under: Caribbean, Tourist Arrested

EFE/ reported PUERTO PLATA (Dominican Rep.).-A court in the Judicial Department of Puerto Plata imposed a financial guarantee as a precautionary measure for three Americans who were arrested last Friday along with a Canadian model when supposedly filming pornographic scenes in a public square sector The Batey, municipality of Sosúa.

Judge Adriana Vasquez decided the foreigners Alfonso Coleman, 31; Todorius Dukes, 26; Joseph Inglés, 25, each pay a financial guarantee of 20,000 pesos.

However, it is not set what the sanction for the model Teodora Stoyanova, 29, who was arrested along with three men by agents of the Special Body Tourism Security (CESTUR) and the National Police.

The judge found them guilty of violating Article 333-01, on exhibitionism.
According to the prosecution, these four people were hosted temporarily at a hotel in Sosúa and that his intention was to shoot pornographic films. The prosecution states that detainees took four cellular Iphone, cameras, speakers for Iphone, a remote control camera, an umbrella for photography studios, the sum of 3,200, US $ 50 and three credit cards.

The prosecution alleged that the images were taken women to the view of people who passed by the place, which were impressed to see the action and some took pictures through their mobile phones.
The foreigners being arrested told the prosecutor Sosúa Dilcia Taveras, that they are professional photographers and they did not know that such act was penalized in the Dominican Republic.

The judge said to him, however, that kind of attentive done against decency and good practice of the society and the authorities will not allow it. The Prosecutor of Puerto Plata, Osvaldo Antonio Bonilla Hiraldo said on Friday local media that the group would be known measure of coercion that might not be deprivation of their freedom, but seeking to send a message that such actions will not be allowed in the country and then be handed over to immigration authorities for appropriate action.

The representative of the Public Ministry, proclaimed that this is a fact that violates public decency and good manners of the country, especially now that the authorities and entrepreneurs are stressed the need to recover Sosúa family tourism. Read Article

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