Austrian brothel offers free sex ‘session’ to   those who come to get vaccinated

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A brothel in Austria has purportedly come up with a new plan to attract those who refused the coronavirus vaccination to come forward and take their jabs, by offering up a 30-minute session in the ‘sauna club’ with the ‘lady of your choice’.

Anyone who gets the vaccine at the bordello will get a free fling with a sexy nurse (prostitute) of his/her choice, international media reported today. 

According to The New York Post, The Fun Palast is offering the COVID jab every Monday from 4 pm to 10 pm through the end of November. Best of all, men who get inoculated on-site will be given a free 30-minute session in the skin merchant’s VIP club with the “lady of their choice.” 

Fun Palast manager Peter Laskaris said, many men with a migration background virtually refuse vaccination or don’t even know that you can be vaccinated.

“And since we are actually reaching this target group, we decided to set up a vaccination street here.

“Since the 2G rule (vaccinated or recovered) has been in place, there has been a real rush to get vaccinated.

“We have had a lot of people come in today to get vaccinated,” said Laskaris.

Christoph Lielacher, director of the Fun Palast in Vienna, told Reuters he hoped this initiative would help the country achieve the 70% to 75% vaccination rate required for herd immunity. Currently, only 63% of Austrians have received the jab, the National News reported.

The authorities in Austria have barred those who have not yet been vaccinated from entering restaurants, hotels, salons and other public spaces.  The Austrian authorities have also decided to set up police checks to enforce new rules for unvaccinated people.

Sex work industry has been badly affected by the pandemic in Austria as in all other countries, with fewer tourists travelling to the region, prompting adult entertainment outlets to find new way to attract customers.


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