Well this wasn’t the sort of pop-up we were expecting.
Following the recent opening of London’s first naked restaurant, the capital is now getting an even more risqué foodie establishment with the announcement of a ‘fellatio café’.
Coffee and oral sex. A brew and a blowjob. Words you’ve probably never imagined could belong in the same sentence, and yet a ghastly concept that entrepreneur Bradley Charvert has been thinking long and hard (stop it) about.
Aimed squarely at men and inspired by similar setups in Thailand, the establishment would act as a normal café where 100 customers can sit down supping lattes and downing espressos while being pleasured by an escort. Charvert has already faced opposition from a proposal to set up the same service in Geneva, Switzerland by the end of 2016.
The cost of the London service would begin at £50, with Charvert claiming that “if the fellatio is long, over 15 minutes, extras are going to be added - £10 per 15 minutes.”
Aside from it being the most expensive brew in town, the horrendous idea has already been slammed by various rights groups, with Westminster City Council telling The Evening Standard that such a venue would never get a licence.
Furthermore, something tells us Charvert hasn’t done his homework: while prostitution is not illegal in the UK, running or owning a brothel is, meaning even if he was granted a licence he could find himself closed down on day one.
Remaining defiant, he told The Standard he would pursue his plans: “We are happy this will be a legal business in the UK, which is nice because it will be organised and controlled.
“We need to fix some details to avoid trouble. It’s on the way. The project is in progress. At the moment, our lawyer is doing the job to get the right stuff done.”
In possibly the biggest threat to the reputation of Hilton Hotels since the TV debut of heiress Paris, Charvert added that the Paddington site will be “close to the Hilton hotel and the Tube. It’s an area with good visitors and tonnes of people around.”
But even it were to come to fruition, why anyone would want to visit a place like this is beyond us.
The service blows and people still leave a tip.
[Via: The Standard]