Wednesday, 19. June 2013
03. 11. 12. - 16:00
Europe's biggest mega-brothel is set to open in Austria - with 150 hookers servicing more than 1,000 punters a day.
Businessman Peter Laskaris - who's behind the 16 million Euro scheme - explained: "It's more than just a brothel. It will be more like a four star hotel with all the usual facilities - but of course with beautiful girls."
The Fun House will offer as much for the women workers as for the customers. That means that there will be the opportunity to go shopping – a beauty parlour selling cosmetics and a hairdressers – a fitness room – a restaurant and a solarium.
There will also be a shuttle service and quiet rooms where women who want to take a rest in between clients can sleep.
There will also be a doctor on site to look after the women and 147 guest bedrooms.
It will be located in an area on the outskirts of the capital in Lower Austria but the precise location is being kept secret because it is expected that locals will not be happy when they find out who their new neighbour is to be.
Privacy is important, and there will be a 3m high wall around the building to prevent prying eyes.
Police and local officials have apparently already given their backing to the project which is reportedly about 10 miles away from the capital.
As well as the shuttle bus service there will also be 350 parking spaces and the opportunity to cater for alternative tastes including sex show festivals, Gangbang-Events, Swingerpartys, and special offers for lonely women.
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