Two businessmen appeared in court today charged with keeping 10 men as slaves at a car wash.
Kreshnik Dida, 27, and Avdi Dida, 26, are accused of holding the Romanians in servitude for up to five months.
The accusations follow a police raid at their car wash.
They were targeted in an operation involving around 150 officers from agencies including the National Crime Agency and the Home Office.
The Dida Hand Car Wash and Valet Centre, in Southampton, Hants, was one of nine car washes in the county stormed during the crackdown.
Its Facebook page advertises 50 per cent off deals and free hand polishes, alongside a series of photos of top cars including Ferraris and Mercedes.