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Demand For Prostitutes Reportedly High At Davos Summit

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As the world’s most powerful people are gathered in Davos to tackle the world’s greatest problems, the demand for sexual services to cool off, is reportedly very high.

According to those privy with top notch details at the World economic Forum which started on January 16 in Davos, prostitutes are booked into delegates’ hotels alongside business executives.

It is also reported that Sex workers dress in business attire and rub shoulders with the global elite.

Prostitution is legal in Switzerland where the World economic Forum is taking place.

One sex worker named Liana said she dresses in business attire told a local newspaper that she charges around €700 ($760) for an hour and €2,300 ($2,500) for the whole night, plus travel expenses.

Salome Balthus, a sex worker and writer, posted on Twitter: ‘Date in Switzerland during #WWF means looking at the gun muzzles of security guards in the hotel corridor at 2 a.m. – and then sharing the giveaway chocolates from the restaurant with them and gossiping about the rich… #Davos #WEF.’

In 2020, an investigation by The Times found at least 100 prostitutes travel to Davos for the summit according to a Swiss police officer.

Among the topics up for discussion at this year’s summit are the Ukraine war, global inflation rates, climate change and inequality.

Nearly 600 chief executives and more than 50 heads of state or government are attending the forum but it is never clear how much concrete action emerges from the elite event.

The elite gathering is regularly skewered by critics who argue that attendees are too out-of-touch or too profit- or power-minded to address the needs of common people and the planet.

Throughout the week, critics and activists will be waiting outside the Davos conference centre to try to hold decision-makers and business leaders to account.

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