“Would you like a side of oral copulation with your coffee?”
That’s what patrons who enter Bradley Charvet’s “fellatio café” in London will soon be greeted with when they stop in for their daily cup of joe.
According to the Evening Standard, the small business owner is teaming up with the app BumPix to launch a coffee shop where escorts-turned-baristas administer oral sex on male customers as they sip their morning espressos.
Now, we know what you’re thinking: Wouldn’t that be considered prostitution? And isn’t that illegal? The answer: Yes and no.
Running a brothel is against the law in the U.K., but Charvet and BumPix believe they’ve found a loophole in the law.
“We are happy this will be a legal business in the UK, which is nice because it will be organized and controlled,” he said. “We need to fix some details to avoid trouble. It’s on the way. The project is in progress. At the moment, our lawyer is doing the job to get the right stuff done.”
A cup of coffee would start at £50 (that’s $65 U.S.).
“If the fellatio is long, over 15 minutes, extras are going to be added,” Charvet explained. “£10 per 15 minutes.”
The cafe will mostly cater to straight men, but, Charvet says, “we’re thinking about offering gay services as well.”
“We know that the gay community is important,” he tells GayStarNews. “That’s why we’re thinking about offering gay services as well.”
When asked if he felt the coffee shop may cross ethical lines, Charvet said, “I would say no one is forced to work in this coffee shop. It’s a normal job.”
“You do your job,” he added. “Eight hours per day, if they decide to work in full time.”
Eight hours… a day?!