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Offline Whore Of Babylon

Many girls say "at discretion" when they have no intention of offering a certain service.

That is not the case with this girl.

Do you expect girls to do DFK with a guy who stinks.   :scare:
Great you hear you had a good punt Jimmy.
I think a some good prossies use "at discretion" properly. Which as you say is to weed out the few stinky punters, pretty reasonable really.

Offline Matium

Which website do you suppose a young vice squad officer looking to make some quick arrests to further his career would register with first!

Prostitution is legal in Britain.


Offline bestbefore

Prostitution is legal in Britain.

Running a brothel is NOT legal.

Several brothels were raided in North London this week. If the police believed a prostitution ring was operating from a hotel they might take action.

My point was that naming a hotel where prostitution was taking place was NOT cool. There may be police, local councillors, licensing officers and suspicious wives logging in to this site.


Offline Jimmyredcab

Running a brothel is NOT legal.

Several brothels were raided in North London this week. If the police believed a prostitution ring was operating from a hotel they might take action.

My point was that naming a hotel where prostitution was taking place was NOT cool. There may be police, local councillors, licensing officers and suspicious wives logging in to this site.

One girl working from a hotel room would not be doing anything against the law, I don't know why brothels have even been mentioned.

The problem is that it would probably not be tolerated should the hotel management be made aware of what is happening.

Offline Steve2

One girl working from a hotel room would not be doing anything against the law.

I think she would


As the hotel probably has a bar it is licensed premises

IF
the hotel management knew the girl was a prostitute then the shit could hit the fan and if there was another prostitute working from the same hotel, even if not at the same time, I think it could be classed as a brothel

Where is Silverado when you need him?
« Last Edit: February 02, 2013, 05:06:43 PM by Steve2 »

Offline Jimmyredcab

One girl working from a hotel room would not be doing anything against the law.

I think she would


As the hotel probably has a bar it is licensed premises

IF
the hotel management knew the girl was a prostitute then the shit could hit the fan

Steve, sorry mate you are talking absolute cobblers.

No Travelodge has a bar, at least the 5 or 6 that I have stayed in.    :dash: :dash: :dash:

Offline bestbefore

Steve, sorry mate you are talking absolute cobblers.

No Travelodge has a bar, at least the 5 or 6 that I have stayed in.    :dash: :dash: :dash:

Of course T......... have liquor licenses. They even mention it on their websites. Most of their business comes from conferences, stag and hen parties. No hotel would get built unless planning consent included licensing.

The point Was that the name of the hotel should never have been mentioned on this site.

All hotel chains would do searches on the web for mention of their brand and the last thing they want is prostitution taking place on their premises being in the public domain.

Or local council, officials, councillors, licensing officers etc etc.

Offline lovingfacials

On a side note you would be pissed as I was once when staying in a mid priced hotel chain in London right by Euston Station (with my family) when it was SOOOOO obvious the clinet next door was a hooker, the comings (no pun) and goings was so fucking annoying.

 As was the noises!

We asked to move rooms and they moved us and I am sure would of cleared her out in a hearbeat.............the wife was moaning at me and I was playing the fool saying I dont know what was happening next door, but secertly thinking 'been there'!

I dont think imho it is cool to name the hotels being used, and I knoe if I had suggested to the reception desk my opinion of what was happening PLOD may of been called


Offline lovingfacials

On a side note you would be pissed as I was once when staying in a mid priced hotel chain in London right by Euston Station (with my family) when it was SOOOOO obvious the clinet next door was a hooker, the comings (no pun) and goings was so fucking annoying.

 As was the noises!

We asked to move rooms and they moved us and I am sure would of cleared her out in a hearbeat.............the wife was moaning at me and I was playing the fool saying I dont know what was happening next door, but secertly thinking 'been there'!

I dont think imho it is cool to name the hotels being used, and I knoe if I had suggested to the reception desk my opinion of what was happening PLOD may of been called as main stream hotel chains dont want that type of client/reputation

Offline Steve2

Steve, sorry mate you are talking absolute cobblers.

No Travelodge has a bar, at least the 5 or 6 that I have stayed in.    :dash: :dash: :dash:

With the greatest respect, you are talking bollocks, no offense meant. ;)

I think you have led a sheltered life JIM

Most Travelodges have a bar

Offline Jimmyredcab



Most Travelodges have a bar

Well not the one in Edmonton, or Barking, or Glastonbury, or Sheffield.

Have any of you guys ever used a Travelodge, they don't even have a phone in the room let alone a bar on the premises.  :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

On checking the Travelodge website it appears that SOME of their hotels have a bar ----- however the one in question doesn't.

I still can't see that she is doing anything against the law even if it against the rules of the hotel.

I am sure our resident legal expert Silverado could clarify one way or the other.

Offline Steve2

Well not the one in Edmonton, or Barking, or Glastonbury, or Sheffield.

Have any of you guys ever used a Travelodge, they don't even have a phone in the room let alone a bar on the premises.  :hi:

I have stayed in several that do have a bar

The 2 at Kings Cross, Euston rd and Watford all have bars  :hi:

Offline Steve2

On checking the Travelodge website it appears that SOME of their hotels have a bar ----- however the one in question doesn't.

I still can't see that she is doing anything against the law even if it against the rules of the hotel.

I am sure our resident legal expert Silverado could clarify one way or the other.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2150691/Prostitutes-offering-sex-60-night-Travelodge.html#axzz2Jo9JRyvx


Police investigating after prostitutes are caught selling sex for £60-a-night at Travelodge. If it was legal they why were police involved?


Offline Joe Blob

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2150691/Prostitutes-offering-sex-60-night-Travelodge.html#axzz2Jo9JRyvx


Police investigating after prostitutes are caught selling sex for £60-a-night at Travelodge. If it was legal they why were police involved?

Because the hotel called them. If the police are investigating, as opposed to just having helped the hotel boot them, it would probably be into whether any of them were trafficked/working against their will, or whether anyone could be done for 'controlling.' 

I guess it's also possible someone could be done for running a brothel, even though the premises weren't theirs, the hotel certainly couldn't be prosecuted.  But if just one indie works from a hotel, I can't see how she's doing anything illegal.
« Last Edit: February 03, 2013, 08:17:16 AM by Joe Blob »

Offline carlisle78

"the police are investigating" is just Daily Mail lazy arse journalism code for "I saw a copper at the hotel but couldn't be arsed to check the facts but I'll say it anyway."
Banning reason: Trolling another member because he posted a negative about his favourite prossie. Also known as EdiTed on other sites.

Offline Jimmyredcab

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2150691/Prostitutes-offering-sex-60-night-Travelodge.html#axzz2Jo9JRyvx


Police investigating after prostitutes are caught selling sex for £60-a-night at Travelodge. If it was legal they why were police involved?

Simple answer, the police have an obligation to investigate to see if there had been any illegal activity, this is why they got involved ---      The Sun uncovered the story after sending reporters to the hotel - none of whom took up the offers of sex.

A budget hotel can't be expected to monitor everyone who enters and leaves the hotel.   :unknown:

Offline Whore Of Babylon

Because the hotel called them. If the police are investigating, as opposed to just having helped the hotel boot them, it would probably be into whether any of them were trafficked/working against their will, or whether anyone could be done for 'controlling.' 

I guess it's also possible someone could be done for running a brothel, even though the premises weren't theirs, the hotel certainly couldn't be prosecuted.  But if just one indie works from a hotel, I can't see how she's doing anything illegal.
Even if two indies were working from an Hotel, they couldn't be prosecuted. Officially the person who runs the Brothel is the only person who can be prosecuted. Not the SPs working in it.
So the Hotel is 'at fault' but nobody would really take an Hotel to task unless they were definitely aware and managing girls. The hotel can kick the girls out. But not sure if they officially have to refund room cost etc....
The police probably can make a fuss, intimidate the girl, ask for details etc...    but there's not really anything they could charge her with.
« Last Edit: February 03, 2013, 10:24:41 AM by Whore Of Babylon »

Offline k

From what I remember reading about in the old days hotels appeared (on the surface at least) to be more worried then about falling foul of fire regulations than anything else - having more people in the room than which had been officially booked in. 

Offline Joe Blob

Even if two indies were working from an Hotel, they couldn't be prosecuted. Officially the person who runs the Brothel is the only person who can be prosecuted. Not the SPs working in it.
So the Hotel is 'at fault' but nobody would really take an Hotel to task unless they were definitely aware and managing girls. The hotel can kick the girls out. But not sure if they officially have to refund room cost etc....
The police probably can make a fuss, intimidate the girl, ask for details etc...    but there's not really anything they could charge her with.

Two indies couldn't, but two working together, booking two rooms (or one) at the same time, possibly could. The quote from the Mail had the hotel saying they wouldn't take bookings from this company again, suggesting that one source was booking rooms for several girls.  If you can be done for running a brothel in a rented flat, why not a rented hotel room?

Offline bestbefore

I advised her to increase the rate slightly


Brilliiant! Some ******* advised an escort to raise her rates

guess what!

She has, so now we all have to pay more because of some thoughtless suggestion.

Do you guys go into John Lewis and suggest they charge more for their stuff?

Please, if you have a few brain cells, NEVER suggest to an escort they put their prices up. Or surprise, surprise, they will. Do the maths. They earn enough and don't trouble the Inland Rev too much either.

Doubtless from this esteemed (LOL!) contributor there will be the usual offensive, negative and unhelpful response, which I and I suggest others who get similar responses, will and should ignore.

Offline Jimmyredcab



Doubtless from this esteemed (LOL!) contributor there will be the usual offensive, negative and unhelpful response, which I and I suggest others who get similar responses, will and should ignore.

Listen Mr 28 posts.
Any price increase will not affect me so why should I care.  :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

Brilliiant! Some ******* advised an escort to raise her rates

Nice bit of selective editing by the way.
This was the full post -----

She did admit that the £50 service is more of a cum once quickie, I advised her to increase the rate slightly and offer a more unrushed service.
It is rare for 30 minutes to be half of the one hour rate.

Offline Steve2

Listen Mr 28 posts.
Any price increase will not affect me so why should I care.  :hi:

Putting the punter 1st???????????????????

Great call Jim . NOT




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