The ironically named Good Girls Company is running into some marketing difficulties of late from YouTube, which reportedly just pulled the brothel’s risqué promotional video promoting their “sex island experience.”
The nerve of some people!
As of Friday morning, YouTube site moderators had suspended the company’s account, which included a promotional video showing bikini clad women on a yacht drinking, dancing, and offering their, shall we say, ‘services’ to male guests, according to the UK Independent.
The Colombian resort offers an “unlimited sex” experience for 30 guests which includes “60 girls,” an orgy on the first day, a 30-minute sex romp with 16 hookers at the same time on the second day, and boat parties the final two nights.
The getaway runs from November 24-27, and the company website promises that “Each ticket includes the company of two girls each day for unlimited amounts of sex during the four days of the event” and “At any moment you can switch girls with the other 30 guests.”
The company’s Sex Island website also promises “unlimited condoms,” “surprise sexual activities” and lots of “free” food, yacht parties, and alcohol.
Oh, and the hookers are even “drug friendly,” so there’s that.
No word on whether or not free Viagra is offered…
Tickets, which cost $5,000 each, are still available online despite the company’s YouTube channel absence.
One can also purchase from four different packages which vary from $599 (£458) to $1499 (£1147) and include “services” that vary from threesomes to even activities such as golf.
According to Newshub, although prostitution and small amounts of marijuana and cocaine are technically legal in Columbia, one cannot “facilitate” a sexual experience. In other words, pimps are not.
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