There are many things in life that people enjoy, but don’t want in their backyards. Texas residents are outraged now that they know a brothel full of robot sex workers is opening up in their neighborhood. Although the Texas town hopes that sex tourists come from all around the world to sample the experience, the God-fearing people living in Texas are outraged that it is happening in their neck of the woods.
Entrepreneur Yuval Gavriel has grand plans to open up the robot sex worker brothel in Houston, Texas to entertain guests from all over the state and the world – if its doors open, Gavriel’s robot brothel will be the first of its kind in the United States.
Locals hate the plan. They fear that Gavriel’s robot sex den will bring unsavory people into Houston from all over the planet. Although Houston residents want to stop his shop from opening, they are powerless because Texas does not have any laws to protect its residents from a neighborhood robot brothel on every city block.
“I can buy two or three or four of these on the internet and in Washington, D.C. or New York, or anywhere I want, I can set them up and charge people $100 an hour to use them,” law professor John Banzhaf told the Washington Examiner. Banzhaf works at George Washington University. “It might make a very funny skit on Saturday Night Live if one of these go wrong, and control mechanisms break and the thing starts pulsating more than it’s supposed to. But that could create a very real physical hazard.”
Gavriel owns Toronto-based Kinky S Dolls. And he is ready to invite customers from all over the world to his Houston dollhouse for a one-of-a-kind intimate experience with a robot. People would get thirty minutes with the doll of their choice at a price of $60. Each sex worker robot uses artificial intelligence and can move to the customer’s liking. Gavriel wants to offer Houston on-site and short-term private rentals for corporations and other organizations.
Houston residents have named Gavriel’s shop a “brothel,” but he denies that is the case. Instead, Gavriel just wants to open up his sex doll shop and allow customers a test drive before they pay the full price of $2,500 to take one of the dolls home.
“I consulted with a lawyer, and the lawyer said, ‘Listen, there are no rules to it, but if you are smart you don’t go out and say you are operating a brothel,’” Gavriel admitted to the Examiner. “He went through all the laws and all the regulations for this kind of service.”
If Gavriel opens up shop in Houston, residents can expect all types of people coming into their neighborhood to give his robots a test drive. And when he sucks the money out of Houston, Gavriel will build nine more robot sex shops across the United States by 2020.
The barrier to entry is easier than you’d think. Gavriel only needs a permit to open up his business in Houston.
Gavriel said, “The States is a bigger market, and a healthier market and God bless Trump.”
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