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Monday, 19 April 2010

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The underage hookers work at a club in the notorious 'Pig Alley' Quartier Pigalle

Paris - (Quel Horreur!): A Paris vice police sting this weekend has resulted in examining magistrate Judge Yves Dando quizzing $40 million Bayern Munich signee and France international Franck Ribery about an underage sex ring.

The 27 year-old and his fellow French footie star Sidney Govou, 30, 'may have been entrapped' into under-age sex with a lurid Parisian hooker scam, according to media reports.

Both deny having sex with minors on the payroll of notorious 9th/18th Parisian arrondissement pimps.

At the core of the sordid allegations is a notorious Place Pigalle night club where undercover police have been tailing dozens of suspicious pimps and their underage prey.

The Quartier Pigalle, Paris's premier red light district, was dubbed 'Pig Alley' by WWII Allied soldiers who reckoned some of the old hookers there were 'absolute swine'.

The underage sex club is located close to the famous Musée de l'Erotisme which displays Brigitte Bardot's fabled transparent 1960 micro-bikini and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy's nipple tassels.

Ribery is France's top earning footballer who converted to Islam after marrying French Algerian wife Wahiba. The couple have two young daughters.

His legal advisers said to reporters today the French equivalent of 'WTF?'

Aime Jacquet is 69.

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