Now England have qualified for next year's World Cup, fans looking to travel to Brazil are being warned about the problem of child sex trafficking.
Now England have qualified for next year's World Cup, fans looking to travel to Brazil are being warned about the problem of child sex trafficking. A new campaign called 'It's a Penalty' has been set up telling supporters they can be prosecuted back home if they're found to have used the services of a child prostitute. It has the backing of Chelsea footballers David Luiz, Oscar and Ramires.
Sarah de Carvalho - who's a Christian - is leading the campaign and has been speaking to Premier about it.
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