Thanks, I was just wondering about that.
Prostitutes in the picturesque Swiss lakeside town of Lugano are adding defibrillation to their list of services following the death of several elderly punters whose hearts just couldn't take the pace. According to the Corriere della Sera, there are currently 38 brothels and sex clubs in the Lugano area, and more are planned …
"Note to oldies - Amyl Nitrate for sexually aroused pensioners is not clever."
Probably not, but I'm sure this "pharmaceutical assistance" is a reference to Viagra which, I have read, has led to an upswell and a persistent, measurable rise in oldie-sex, of both the amateur and the paid-for kind.
If my understanding is correct, it is normal practise in this profession to get paid up-front for services to be delivered, with any additional extras paid for afterwards. Therefore I would have thought the premature expiration of a customer would save the professional from having to perform the cpntracted for services. As such contracts are usually always verbal there would be no recompense to the deceased's estate.
Paris because she knows how to deliver a professional service
In answer to all the "why".. consider the poor girls, it's probably psychologically rough to start with, selling yourself- but having someone have a heart attack and die on you could be pretty haunting.
Moreover, an elderly punter visiting a pretty young girl is likely to be putting his cardio-vascular system under unusual strain, and is at hugely elevated risk.
It's a pragmatic decision, which likely good for both service users and the girls. Protecting the health of the latter is a must as it's something that isn't going to stop. Morally censorious attempts to drive it underground just put the lives of those involved, both from disease and violence. Remember that they're still people, someone's sister, daughter, maybe even mum.
(Yes, I know there are male prostitutes too, adjust as appropriate. Everyone deserves decent treatment, and if they're at the bottom of the pile, that doesn't make it OK to ignore them)
Sorry, that was all a bit preachy, but I feel strongly about this.
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