Escorts at Galveston are offering free rides for anyone with a car
TEXAS AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – Escorts and other escorts in Texas’ largest city have sprung up across the state in an effort to combat a wave of sexual assaults by people who have no criminal record and no record of violence, said city officials.
The city of Galvestons first set up an escort service in late April, and the company that operates it now has more than 30 escort agencies.
The city, known for its fast-growing immigrant population, is seeking to hire more and has hired thousands of workers, said Amy Czuba, a spokeswoman for Galvestown, a booming commercial city that has a population of roughly 9,500 people.
“This is a huge opportunity to get a lot of people in a place where they can actually earn a living,” she said.
A woman rides a motorbike during a demonstration in front of the Galvestoner’s office in Galvestón, Spain March 24, 2020.