This last weekend's most recent prostitution sting netted ten more would-be 'sex searchers,' one of them being a man who works as a pediatrician in the Kadlec Health Care system. A search of the Kadlec medical system shows he has already been removed from their list of doctors.

KEPR-TV reports Dr. Nana Kwame Asiedu Ofei, who according to Kadlec website data, works at the West Richland Primary Care, was one of the ten people arrested in the sting.

Kadlec officials released a statement saying they understand the charges stem from activities outside the workplace, and they are working to reschedule appointments with clients with whom Ofei was working. He is said to have been placed on administrative leave for the time being.

Law enforcement officials say, according to KEPR, that prostitution isn't street walkers anymore. Less and less they are seeing the traditional people on street corners, now it's gone digital on the web. Specialty sites, even including Craigslist and others, are full of places where people can solicit sex.

This recent weekend sting also netted 9 other people, who's ages range from 20 to 60, and included two women. One of them was 20, the other 60.