A man who allegedly lured a young woman to work as a prostitute for a cult told a court yesterday he visited the temple where it was said to have been based - but only to attend sermons. Mo Wan-lung, 35, denied running the cult after his transport firm went broke in 1995. He said he sublet a flat to a member of the Green Dragon Temple as he no longer needed it as a warehouse. He told North Kowloon Court: 'I introduced the man to the landlady and told him to pay rent directly to her. I had no idea where the temple got its revenue from.' But landlady Wan Sau-har, 63, said she always contacted Mo for the rent. The court heard she assumed Mo was the boss, as he told her: 'If you have any problems you call my subordinates.' A woman of 19 told earlier how she joined the cult in February last year and was asked to work as a prostitute so she and her family would go to heaven when the world ended in 1999. She said she had sex with 30 men every day and earned at least $400,000 for the cult until she quit in August. A 14-year-old girl said Mo suggested she should have sex with 'the big boss' or her family would suffer disasters. Mo denies living off the earnings of a prostitute. The trial before magistrate Kevin Browne continues on Wednesday.