Sex bus brothel hits the road

PUBLISHED: 08:00 07 May 2011

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SPANKING and threesomes are just two of the things on the menu of a mobile brothel which has set off on tour from Weston.

The white camper van, nicknamed the passion wagon, has been getting so much business from people in and around the town that its owners decided to take it on a titillating trip down to Cornwall and back.

The mobile home has been pulling up to offer its services in locations such as a lay-by near Congresbury and a camp site in Brean, and desperate punters in the area will have another chance to sample its wares when it returns to Weston later this summer.

One of the two women running the van, known only as Roxy, said: “The idea was to start off at Junction 21 and tour the Weston area, and then move south towards Burnham, and then go right down to Cornwall and back.

“So far we’ve had a lot of interest from tired lorry drivers and sales reps, we’re getting a lot of business at the moment.

“The idea came about because we’ve got what we thought would be a service that a lot of people want, and we’ve had a lot of responses from people moving down, all the way from Weston to the Burnham area.”

On concerns about the new venture, Roxy said: “This is the oldest profession in the whole world, people should just get over it.”

The passion wagon started off in secret locations around Weston two weeks ago, and has also taken up residence in a lay-by off the A370 near Congresbury, and in a camp site in Brean since.

Roxy added that the idea to travel throughout other areas of the South West only came after they had a ‘good response’ from people in and around Weston.

On a profile on an adult networking site, since taken down, the passion wagon offered ‘complete discretion’ to patrons, along with a variety of other services, such as humiliation, exhibitionism, spanking and threesomes.


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