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Cartagena club unknowing porn film set

May 9, 2012 at 11:04 AM

CARTAGENA, Colombia, May 9 (UPI) -- The owner of a paintball club in Cartagena, Colombia, said a pornographic video was shot in his club under false pretenses.

Fernando Calderon said the dozen people who reserved the 997 Paintball Club told him "they were going to shoot a video for college," Colombia Reports said Tuesday.

Calderon filed a complaint with the local prosecutor's office over the video, which displays the club's logo and equipment.

"We saw people with good intentions, and then they hurt us," Calderon told Cartagena's El Universal newspaper. "It was a breach of trust because they borrowed our facilities," Calderon added in Cartagena's El Universal newspaper.

The porn video came to light after the city was rocked by news that U.S. Secret Service agents hired 21 prostitutes days before the April 14 start of the Summit of the Americas.

"We are concerned because this is a healthy area," said Ignacio De Villareal, president of Bocogrande's Neighborhood Association, the upscale neighborhood where the paintball club is located.

Villareal said he asked the mayor's office to consider further regulation of pornographic productions, Colombia Reports said.

In May, a firehouse in the village of Puerto in northern Colombia was used to shoot another porn film. El Universal said U.S.-based BangBros film production company handled both productions.

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