Doctors, lawyers, teachers and students among 104 men pictured in 'wall of shame' after they were arrested for soliciting prostitutes in operation 'Flush the Johns'
Nassau County, New York, District Attorney Kathleen Rice has announced 104 arrests after a sting operation in April and May
Suspects were arrested when they handed over cash for sex at hotel room after linking up with an undercover cop posing as a prostitute on backpage.com
Divorce lawyer said he has already seen four women whose husbands were arrested for patronizing prostitutes
Men range in age from 17 to 79 and average age 40
By Michael Zennie
PUBLISHED: 15:30 EST, 3 June 2013 | UPDATED: 19:27 EST, 3 June 2013
The district attorney in upscale Nassau County, New York, has unleashed civil strife by posting the names and pictures of 104 men arrested in a prostitution sting over the last six weeks.
'Operation Flush the Johns' on Long Island nabbed young men and old men, lawyers, doctors, engineers, teachers, college professors and students.
All of them set up dates to meet with prostitutes at local a hotel using the classified ads site backpage.com.
District Attorney Kathleen Rice said police started a sting operation in April after receiving numerous complaints about prostitution at hotels across the county.