If, like me, a person assumed World Economic Community forum meetings were full of auistic, visionary leaders sourcing the most nutritious bugs for us to eat in our future (rented) EcoPods, you may be shocked at the Mail’s latest article , which claims that, at Davos, “ pointing at the ceiling in a bar is all it takes to order sex”.
Below is an excerpt:
Nearly 3, 000 conference delegates were in town for your five-day jamboree, the first in the post-pandemic era, said to provide an £ 80 million improve to the local economy.
But there is an additional ‘ economy’ in Davos (pop. just over 11, 000) which also receives a substantial boost from the summit — a world that exists within parallel with the earnest conversations on the debating floor from the Congress Centre, and that is the particular so-called ‘ oldest job in the world’.
Prostitution is certainly legal in Switzerland, along with sex workers expected to pay taxes, register with private sector organisations and undergo regular wellness checks. And business can be booming.
Previously this week, high-class escort Salome Balthus, 36, revealed how she had been booked by a delegate. Speaking exclusively to MailOnline after leaving the plush hotel where she have been staying with her client, she said: “ Davos is all about power, money and sex, and all three make great bedfellows”.
And there I was, dear reader, thinking it was all about conserving our beautiful planet by owning nothing and becoming happy. I am literally shaking. But thankfully there is an educational aspect to all this, because Salome explains:
Salome, who has her very own escort agency in Berlin, called Hetaera, added: “ My clients are always of a very high standard and the fact I have a degree in beliefs and German literature guarantees that they will not only have a good time sexually but also intellectually.
I have a wonderful silver sibel client, who likes me personally to wear a see-through blouse and talk French to him because it reminds him of a forbidden love he had as a schoolboy. ”
So you see, there is certainly really nothing seedy about this after all.
What he claims about “ pointing in the ceiling” is explained as follows:
One of the people who emerged from the scrum was a young American from a tech firm who had just attended a party in the penthouse above. “ At the Europe”, he said, “ you stand at the club and point upstairs, while at the Belvedere you have to make the call. ”
Making a call to Swiss Eve or Salome Balthus is normally how it works within Davos. “ These organizations use many, many ways to get girls to Davos — cars, trains, and even helicopters”, he told us. “ They are then put up in apartments by the escort companies.
“ Essentially, they are all in place and positioned so that at the drop of a hat they can take a call, entertain a client for a couple of hours, then go straight returning to the apartment and await the next call, then go out again. ”
Let’s hope our glorious Davos leaders apply the same efficiency to planning our eco-friendly utopia.
Worth reading through in full within you like this kind of thing.