Source Pravda.Ru

Brothel for women bankrupt

After three months since its opening, Europe’s first brothel for women in the German town of Leibstadt went bankrupt. A group of 30-year-old men wanted 600 DM per hour for their services. The men named themselves "angels." Considering this fact, the price is rather high. This was the opinion of the women who visited the brothel. Finally, the women refused to pay for the services.

The owner of the brothel, Mr. Koenig, was detained, not for opening of the brothel, but for a stealing on the Germany-Switzerland border. Thus, the entertainment institution lost not only its workers, but the owner as well.

Why do good initiatives always run against the dishonesty of other people? The creation of the brothel for women was welcomed, and nothing scandalous was seen in it, ananova.com informs. However, now, the services are not paid for, which a rather complicated situation…

Translated by Maria Gousseva

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