14 May 2018

Kenya: 'Samantha' Brothel Opens in Russia Ahead of World Cup (It's Sh4k Per Hour!)

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Meet Samantha.

With 31 days left to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the first 'Samantha' brothel has opened its doors in Moscow targeting fans who will be travel for the tournament.

According to UK newspaper Mirror, the sex dolls have been christened with names like Lolita, Sasha, Isilel and Alisa.

Locally, the sex dolls are referred to as Samantha.

The Moscow brothel has two kind of rooms, Fantasy and Dungeon. Both have varying prices.

In the Fantasy room, customers will pay UK 17.75 pounds (Ksh2,400) per hour. In the Dungeon, customers will pay UK 29.50 pounds (Ksh4,000) for an hour.


Brothel owner Dmitry Alexandrov was quoted saying that 36% of Russians are unhappy with their sex lives and hence would love to experience something different

"Creating a full scale leisure adult center in Russia is not only a legal and safe way to improve your sex life, it is also a step towards fighting one of oldest problems in Russia," Alexandrov was quoted, referring to prostitution.

A spokesman for the hotel is also quoted saying that they are ready for the world cup.

"We really are waiting for a flow of visitors during the World Cup and we look forward many foreign clients. This is why we are now getting special permission to welcome foreign visitors. As for the players if they are allowed by their coaches and managers, we will welcome them," he said.

Alexandrov describes the sex dolls as warm with mechanical movements and an artificial brain.

Once a client is done, the sex dolls are cleaned and disinfected with special solutions to ensure there is no risk of infection to the next client.


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