Sydney, Australia is set to get that mega-brothel it's been hankering for, after the owners of Stiletto, "the world's finest short-stay boutique hotel and Sydney brothel" won an appeal to expand their business, the AFP reports.
Though brothels are legal in some parts of Australia, policies vary between states and territories. Make sure you are in a state or territory where brothels are legal (so not Tasmania) before visiting one and paying someone you meet there to have sex with you.
The planned expansion of Stiletto, which includes doubling the number of rooms (from 20 to 40) and cobbling together a new wing for group bookings, was initially rejected on the grounds the resulting structure would be too big.
But can a brothel ever be too big?
Commissioner Susan O'Neill of the New South Wales Land and Environment Court ruled that it cannot.
"The issue of a moral objection to the nature of the activities of a sex premises were raised by some of the public submissions and resident objectors. As a sex premises is a legal land use and permissible ... with consent, moral objections to the proposal are not relevant considerations."
Zena is an employee of Stiletto described, somewhat confusingly, as "Pure sex on a stick." ("You know the one.") So that's very exciting.
The rates at Stiletto include the use of a room, massage, oral sex, or intercourse with a service provider, and "beverages."