A man walks past the restaurant where he had sex with a 16-year-old in Thailand in this undated file photo.
It’s a popular trend among those who like to have sex with underage girls and women in countries like Thailand, where it is illegal.
Photo: APA news agency article Burger Culture is a slang term used by some to describe consensual sexual activity between adults and children, which has been used by the perpetrators to describe underage sex acts in Thailand.
Burger Culture also describes the act of having sex with girls in their late teens or 20s.
Burger culture has been on the rise in recent years in Thailand, which ranks number one among the world’s most sexually violent nations, according to the UN’s latest sex trafficking report.
It is also believed to be a leading cause of death for girls in Thailand aged 15-19, according the UN.
More:The UN report says that at least 1,400 girls in the country are killed every year in sexual violence.
Burger culture is the term used to describe an illegal sexual activity involving adults and underage girls.
In a report titled “Burger Culture in the Global South: The Role of Sex Trafficking in the Sexual Exploitation of Women”, the UN report said there was “no doubt that this phenomenon, which is highly prevalent in the Southeast Asian region, has resulted in a large number of girls being raped and trafficked”.
According to the report, Burger Culture has also been linked to sex trafficking in Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia.
The report also found that the majority of Burger Culture victims were between the ages of 14 and 17 years old.
“The use of Burger culture by the perpetrator has also resulted in girls being trafficked and raped in their youth,” it said.
A man is seen in a photo illustration in Bangkok, Thailand, in this October 16, 2016 file photo taken by Antara Foto.
Burger Cultures can be seen in restaurants, shopping malls and other locations.
Many Burger Cultures are illegal in Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries.
There are also concerns about Burger Culturing being used by young girls in schools.
On Sunday, the Supreme Court in Bangkok overturned a ruling by the Supreme Council for Civil Liberties (SCCL) that banned Burger Culture in schools as “a form of sexual exploitation”.
It also issued an injunction on Monday that banned the practice in schools and public spaces, including in the streets.
According the court, Burger Culturus are “perverted sexual acts of the lowest order”, and could result in “the sexual abuse of girls” and other “harmful effects on their psychological, physical, social and physical development”.
The Supreme Council of Civil Liberties, an independent legal body, is a legal body that represents a range of groups including women’s groups, rights groups and religious groups.
It was founded in 2012 by the founder of a popular Thai pop band and a former politician.
Its membership has swelled to include some of Thailand’s most influential politicians and is thought to have about 500,000 members worldwide.
Last year, it also passed a law outlawing Burger Cultues in public parks and public areas, as well as in restaurants.
Since the law was passed, Burger Cults have been banned from the streets in many Thai cities, according a report by the Associated Press.
Thailand’s sexual violence epidemic has increased in recent months with more than 5,000 reported cases in January alone, up from 2,400 reported in December.
Read more:Burger Cults are commonly used to recruit teenage girls to perform sex acts for sexual exploitation, which often goes unreported, according Thailand’s National Police Department.
During the year, police recorded at least 3,000 cases of sex trafficking, according data compiled by a police officer in Bangkok.
Police say they are still investigating more than 1,300 alleged cases of sexual violence in the past year.
One of the most serious incidents of sexual abuse was in March when three teenage girls were found chained to a concrete floor, their hands tied behind their backs and sexually assaulted by two men in a hotel in Bangkok’s central business district.
After their ordeal, one of the victims, 16-years-old Ashti, told her parents that the men had raped her in front of her.
Two other victims, a 17-year old and a 19-yearold, told police that they were also raped by the same men.
They also alleged that the two men used their phones to secretly record the assaults.
Both victims, who have not been identified, said they were kept in a room for several hours at a time while the men sexually assaulted them.
Three days later, the victims were rescued by police, who reportedly recovered a mobile phone used to record the attack.
Later, the three victims were interviewed by police and revealed that the three men