Mobile brothel for Exmouth and Budleigh?
Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton could face pit-stop visits from a mobile brothel as it travels to Cornwall from Weston-super-Mare.
Exmouth is being warned that a mobile brothel, with two hookers aboard, could be about to hit town.
Mobile hookers Roxy, 25, and her friend Ronnie, 27, say Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton could be in line for a visit from their passion wagon.
Currently offering threesomes, spanking and a host of other sex services from the back of a white campervan to clients in other areas of the South West, Roxy, a prostitute for ‘many years’, said Exmouth’s thousands of holidaymakers and scores of Royal Marines based at Lympstone would be a good basis for a pit-stop.
She said East Devon’s large retired population would not deter the sex bus.
Roxy said: “The old ones are the worst. So are people in high-powered jobs.
“We have been going to places like Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth.
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“We go wherever people would like us to meet them.
“We are heading down that way, but haven’t planned the route. I can’t pinpoint or say where we are going.
“All I can say is, we might be moving to your area soon.”
The pair set upon their unique selling point - a service station with a difference - turning tricks on the road after attracting a huge following of punters in Weston-super-Mare.
Roxy and Ronnie’s randy road trip has been pulling into aptly-named lay-bys, satisfying lorry drivers and sales reps along the way.
Roxy said the decision to travel was taken after the pair realised there was a hole in the market.
Most of their trade has been built on reputation and word of mouth.
She said the mobile brothel would be advertised locally before it arrived.
She said: “The idea came about because we’ve got what we thought would be a service that a lot of people want.
“It was just something that came out of the blue.
“What we do happens in America. It’s quite a big thing over there.
“People living near where we’re based now don’t know what we do. When they find out, I think it will make our job harder.
“If prostitution was legalised, people wouldn’t need to have to go freelance.”
The passion wagon had been advertised on a recently-withdrawn adult networking site.