Cops staked out a Boerum Hill corner known for prostitution — and nabbed four would-be customers on Jan. 28.
Police said that four men drove to the corner of Butler and Nevins streets at around 2:20 am and approached a woman who appeared to be on the job.
One of the men began negotiating with the woman for intercourse — his opening salvo was $20, police said — but before the deal could go down, Officers Ronald Pereira and Keith Dsouza swooped in and got their collars.
“We’ve been getting tips about that corner, so we’re paying attention to it,” said a source inside the 76th Precinct.
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