The authorities of Milan have decided to take care of the safety of prostitutes and the movement of vehicles on the roadways. Women who drive customers on the roads will have to wear reflective uniforms - the same as road workers wear.
In Milan, new regulations have been established under which prostitutes were required to wear reflective uniforms for road workers. In this way the authorities have taken care of road safety.
In the absence of the required dress code, prostitutes may be fined a fine of 500 Euros. "When it comes to safety and visibility, prostitutes should be treated in the same way as road workers and therefore reflect on reflective clothing," said city councilor Lucian in a conversation with Carrier Della Sera.
As noted by the media, the rules introduced are linked to the raid of prostitutes in Milan, where the Expo World Fair is currently underway.
According to estimates, about 15,000 sex workers have appeared in the city. Many of them come from South America, Africa or Eastern Europe. For this reason, the Expo World Fair is referred to as the "Sexton World Fair". After this, all of them need to wear the reflective vest for visibility and safety.