Secret Service Colombian Hooker Scandal Now a Hooker-and-Blow Scandal

The New York posts reports that "Cocaine and several bottles of whiskey apparently fueled" that Secret Service hooker orgy in Colombia, which resulted in 12 agents being relieved of duty. But what isn't fueled by cocaine and bottles of whiskey in Colombia?

Just ask the extremely blase mayor of Cartagena, where the party, which reportedly involved as many as 21 prostitutes, took place in the El Caribe Hotel. He almost seems disappointed in the agents' lack of creativity.

From the AP:

"It doesn't bother people at all," Mayor Campo Elias said Tuesday, echoing many of his constituents. "First, because adults were involved and, second, because here, it's normal."

To find a prostitute, guests at the hotel where the Secret Service agents stayed ahead of President Barack Obama's recent visit need only step out to the beach. There, scrappy men peddle everything from shrimp cocktails to sex workers.

Be right back: Moving to Cartagena.

[Image via AP]