A new generation with different expectations for love and romantic relationships has blossomed in China.
Management said they occupied seats for 'extended periods,' 'spoke loudly,' 'spat on the floor,' 'flirted' and had 'quarrels and fights'.
Lee said after discussions with police that officers did not want to track down compensated dating girls to arrest them, but because they wanted to help them, for example by providing counselling services.
'It has been found that compensated dating now is more common among young people, and that it's going underground,' she said.
A third said they did it to satisfy materialistic desires, such as wanting to buy luxury-brand products.
DAB lawmaker Starry Lee Wai-king called on society to help such girls get back on the right track.