This cafe wants to sell oral sex with latte; 'Fellatio cafe' in Geneva to cost a bomb

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A cup of coffee is served at a coffee shop in Caracas, Venezuela, February 26, 2015. Reuters/Jorge Silva

A bar set to open in Geneva, Switzerland, later this year will have the most-bizarre offering. It will offer its customers oral sex and coffee, albeit at a high price. Customers will have to shell out a lot more than an average brew to enjoy the cuppa, and at the same time get comfortable at the cafe’s bar. It is believed that customers will be charged £42 (AU$80) for the combo. An additional AU$7 will be charged as surplus for the drink.

In order to avail the service, people need to order a coffee and then use an iPad to select a prostitute who would perform the fellatio while the customer enjoys the hot brew. The cafe will be setup by escort agency Facegirl. There are such cafes in Thailand and the one in Geneva will be taking elements from popular Thailand cafes.

The concept was explained by Facegirl’s Bradley Charvet to Swiss newspaper Le Matin, reports Mirror.co.uk. Charvet said that “in five or ten minutes, it’s all over.” If one is opting for full service (coffee with oral sex), it would make the coffee one of the most-expensive in the city, probably even Europe.

The concept of a fellatio cafe in Geneva has been criticised by many as they believe that only those setting up the business would benefit from it. Even though prostitution is legal in Switzerland, sex workers need to hold valid permits.

However, French organisation Mouvement du Nid representative Grégoire Théry said that the cafe that would see customers choosing sex worker from a list on an iPad would effectively decriminalise pimping.

“[The sex trade] is a real business and this sex café is making the most of that. This would be the straw that broke the camel’s back, but it is just a part of a broader logic. They know very well that is this provocative,” Théry told L’Express newspaper, reports Newstalk.

Geneva’s Department for Security and the Economy is currently considering the proposal and will come out with its plans at a later date.