Shocking photos obtained by The Post reveal a rare glimpse of depravity inside an alleged brothel throughout the the famous “Lovers’ Market” in Corona, Queens.
Condom-topped beds separated by peach and white privacy curtains reminiscent of emergency room cubicles line a dark hallway that glows with a murky red light.
The snapshots and videos were shared by Roosevelt Avenue owner Inchul Chang.
Chang has been documenting activity in his buildings for months after trying to evict a woman he says runs the operation, who sued and won a judge’s order to let her stay at the board, court documents show.
In one of the videos, he even catches an alleged prostitute mid-coitus with a man on a small bed in a small, dimly lit stall, interrupting them in the act.
The embarrassed couple is seen struggling to protect themselves.
“You can’t have a neighborhood like this,” Chang said.
“It’s a very busy neighborhood and it’s just flooded with these people. They are everywhere. It’s incredible.”
Photos show beds covered in condoms, along with dressers with mouthwash.
“I’m stuck with these people and I have all the evidence in the world [and] I can’t evict them,” Chang said.
He said he has called the cops who have not yet investigated the business.
“I just know I have to get them out,” he added.
“One way or another, they have to go, or the whole building dies.”
Chang isn’t alone in complaining about the brazen prostitution operating in broad daylight among residents of Corona, Queens. business owners and politicians told The Post last week who were fed up with sex workers taking over their neighborhood and soliciting men in front of passing children.
After the exhibition, Mayor Adams took a night tour of Roosevelt Avenue and promised action.