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‘Snuggle House’ Gets Closed Because Everyone Thought It Was Filled With Prostitutes

by | 12th, December 2013


HAVE you heard of the unique business is Wisconsin called Snuggle House? Chances are, you haven’t. The idea behind the place was to offer snuggles to anyone who wanted one. For £37 an hour. You could have a little intimacy and get your hair stroked and then be on your way.

That’s slightly odd, but kinda nice, right?

Well, bad news snuggle-demanders because the place has closed down. No snuggling for you. Not ever. Paying for snuggles makes officials get weird.

See, those suspicious of the Snuggle House closed the business down after one month because they were worried that it could end up being a ‘front for prostitution’.

Obviously, this says more about the dirty minds of officials in Wisconsin.

The business offered customers the chance to hug ‘professionals’ – that’d be people so great at snuggling that they could actually charge you money for it. Just imagine how good those snuggles are.

However, its bosses have now decided to call it a day as a result of hassle they got from city authorities.

Madison assistant attorney Jennifer Zilavy said when she heard about the concept her first thought was ‘OK, this is going to be a place of prostitution’.

‘There’s no way that will not happen,’ she said, adding: ‘No offence to men, but I don’t know any man who wants to just snuggle.’

Outrageous sexism AND denying the world the finest snuggles money can buy. And no, YOU have a hard-on by accident even though we were just having a nice cuddle. Ignore it.

Posted: 12th, December 2013 | In: Money, Reviews, The Consumer Comment | TrackBack | Permalink