So, what is the outrage all about? Prostitution is legal in Columbia, and since the rules for these agents are being changed because of this incident we can surmise that it wasn't against their rules at the time when this happened. I can see that some people will consider it an embarassment, but does that excuse firing nine people over it?
One argument I heard is that using of this kind of services makes the agents vulnerable to blackmail, or liable to divulge sensitive information in their post-coital mellowness. But is that a sufficient reason to A) ban it, and B) fire the agents over it even when it wasn't banned?