By Matt Roper In Brazil. Police are investigating after shocking claims underage girls in a Brazilian town are being offered as prizes in raffles and games of bingo. In the world's sickest competition, depraved men in Encruzilhada, northeastern Brazil, are buying raffle tickets in which the winner gets a young girl to abuse, according to a local charity. A number of the raffles have also taken place offering virgin girls as prizes, with tickets sold at 'significantly' higher prices, it is alleged. Scroll down for video. Depraved: Men meet weekly and take part in the raffle where young girls, like the ones pictured here, are raffled off as prizes for paedophiles to sexual abuse. Investigation: Police in Encruzilhada, northeastern Brazil, are probing claims the town has hosted illicit raffles and games of bingo where the prize is to rape girls as young as
Welcome to Brazil
There is no straight man that can stay indifferent to the sexiness of Brazilian women. You can either love them or be afraid of their sexuality. They are definitely the most popular girls of the Latin world, especially in the US. It depends. But today, the number is probably even higher. Almost all of my friends that stayed in Brazil are now divorced. Why is that? Two reasons.
Sex is not a Taboo
The year-old, whose drug-addicted mother died on the infamous BR highway, is a working prostitute from the town where underage girls are raffled off to middle-aged men. Lying km up the highway north west and a world away from the glitter and sands of Rio de Janeiro and Copacabana beach, the town is in Bahia, one of Brazil's poorest states. Bisected by the BR, Candido Sales is clogged with trucks and heavy goods vehicles crawling by the town's bars and brothels. Sex trafficking gangs target the town and poor families are vulnerable to offers of money for their little girls.
To formulate her policy, Ms. President Jair Bolsonaro and his allies accused their leftist rivals of encouraging teenagers to have sex at a young age. He also condemned a school campaign against homophobia that was designed, but never implemented, by his leftist predecessors. His message was powerfully effective at mobilizing evangelical voters, a growing and politically powerful constituency in Brazil. Experts say the campaign could undermine the progress Brazil has made in curbing teen pregnancy. The rate in the United States was 18 per 1, in