Saturday, March 15, 2008

Sex... Doesn't Sell?

Germany's famed Hotel Luxor, the oldest brothel in the country, is closing its doors for good next month.

Madam Waltraud Mehrer told the press, "You can't make any big money selling sex in St. Pauli anymore." She blamed noisy discotheques, Internet porn, and the cheapness of customers. In its heyday in the 1970s, Hotel Luxor employed an even dozen whores who could expect up to $3000 a night. Now only open through the weekend, Hotel Luxor employs just four hookers who are lucky to make $300 a shift.

The hotel was sold to investors and will close its doors for good in April.

Skanks.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

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