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Geneva 'café fellatio' considers using sex robots

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Geneva 'café fellatio' considers using sex robots
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12:25 CET+01:00
The firm behind a proposed Geneva café where customers can receive oral sex whilst sipping their coffee is considering using robots instead of real-life prostitutes.

The so-called fellatio café made headlines around the world earlier this year when Swiss escort firm Facegirl.ch revealed its intention to open such an establishment in Geneva by the end of the year.

Under the planned business model, men would order a coffee and use an iPad to select a prostitute they want to perform oral sex on them.

At 60 Swiss francs (€55), with a possible five-franc surplus for a latte macchiato, the ‘coffee' would be the most expensive in Geneva.

But now it looks like the unique café is unlikely to open by the end of this year – if at all.

On Wednesday newspaper Le Matin said the project is still in the early stages since it has not been approved by Geneva authorities.

“It’s complicated,” Facegirl's Bradley Charvet told the paper, saying the commercial sector is not in favour of the plan.

Though prostitution is legal in Switzerland, a spokeswoman from Geneva’s department of security and economy told the paper “paid-for sexual services are banned in public establishments under the law on catering and the sale of drinks”.

Now Charvet is considering changing tack and using sex robots instead of women to conduct the services he wishes to offer.

Charvet, who confirmed the story to The Local, has been in contact with an American firm that manufactures the lifelike robot-women at between $1,800-$3,000, said the paper.

Six to eight such robots would be installed in the café, he said.

But it remains to be seen if such a move could sway Geneva’s authorities.

According to Le Matin authorities have not yet received any proposal for a project involving sex robots.

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