The most desperate then make the journey to dirty slums in the Philippines to carry out real-life sexual abuse on the girls.Predators pay between £6 and £30 for the girls, who are as young as one. The shocking cyber-sex den was exposed in an undercover investigation by Belgian journalist Peter Bridge, whose name has been changed to protect his identity.With 7,107 islands and beautiful scenery, it has all the hallmarks of a tropical paradise. In the Philippines, you’re only limited by your imagination.The Philippines is also a Catholic country colonised by the Spanish who brought their religion with them. The next morning, we began the journey to the islands. One thing that blew me away when I first arrived was how normal the whole deal was.You’d think that a Catholic country would be inhibited, repressed and boring. After 15 hours sitting in a plane, I walked into the humid city of Manila, capital city of the Philippines. The city roared around me like only Asian metropolises can. We zoomed past towering coconut trees, green rice fields and rickety motorcycles on the highway. For as little as 2000 pesos ( USD), you can take one of these gorgeous girls home for a whole night. You walk into the bar, you buy a drink and various girls approach. Some of them are bar-girls, but most of them are normal girls.In the distance, motorcycle engines revved and distant dance music throbbed. After a few hours, we climbed onto a wooden boat to cross to the island. Some are outgoing and flirty while others are shy and refuse to speak. To those who scoff at prostitutes and refuse to go near them, please stop. So long as you’re not a complete retard, you can date whoever you want.
He has an unquenchable thirst for hot young Philippine babes.A series of chilling images reveal the truth behind a Filipino cyber-sex den where girls as young as 11 are lined up for paedophiles to hand-pick who they want to see abused on webcam.The girls are forced to smile while being raped on camera as predators tell abusers what to do with them.Remember the golden rule - NEVER SEND MONEY TO ANYONE YOU MEET ONLINE.Although the majority of Filipino singles are genuine and serious about finding a partner; unfortunately a few of them turn out to be scammers and malign Filipinos on online dating sites.