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05 September 2011

Brothels gear up for WCup in NZ

Sex workers in NZ expect to be rushed off their feet as 95,000 sports fans land for the Rugby World Cup, with brothels across the country doubling condom orders for the tournament.

Sex workers in New Zealand expect to be rushed off their feet as 95,000 sports fans land for the Rugby World Cup, with brothels across the country doubling condom orders for the tournament.

"The English are known to be particularly deviant," she said, citing the public school background of many England rugby fans. "Whenever I hear an English accent I know there'll be some good business there."

Prostitution legal in NZ

 
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