Swiss Sex Cafe Mulls Robot Prostitutes

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A Swiss cafe with brothel services is considering using sex robots instead of servers
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A planned Geneva coffee shop and brothel is trying to get around prostitution regulations by replacing human sex workers with robots.

A Swiss coffee shop and oral sex salon that was supposed to open in Geneva at the end of the year is considering changing its business model to one that involves robot prostitutes instead of human ones.

Prostitution is legal in Switzerland, and one Geneva-based escort company thought it would be a great idea to open a high-end coffee shop that also offers oral sex to harried early-morning commuters. The coffee shop, dubbed “Cafe Fellatio,” was originally intended to be open at the end of the year, and from the beginning it was developed as a high-tech endeavor. Originally the owners said customers would come into the bar and use an iPad to order their coffee and prostitute from an available menu.

But now, according to The Local, the cafe has still not been approved by government authorities, because while prostitution is legal in Switzerland, it is not allowed in pubs that sell food and drinks.

Now the would-be sex cafe entrepreneurs are talking about reconcepting their idea and staffing the place with sex robots instead of living prostitutes. Would-be Cafe Fellatio owner Bradley Charvet says they’d install six to eight high-end sex robots at the cafe, at a cost of between $1,800 and $3,000 apiece.

There’s no word yet on whether or not the Geneva government would accept that compromise, or on whether there is actually a market of people who would want to pay 55 euros for a cup of coffee and a turn on one of the sex bots.

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