Sex robot cafe aims to offer Londoners fellatio with their morning coffee
Businessman Bradley Charvet, who plans to open the ‘blow job cafe’ in Paddington, claims the sex-bots will be programmable to a person’s needs and will soon be seen as “totally normal.”
A 15-minute oral sex session with an espresso will set punters back just £60 (US$78). Hungry patrons will have to pay extra for a pastry.
The coffee shop is due to open after Charvet launches his first cafe in Geneva, Switzerland, later this year.
Charvet made headlines earlier this year when he announced he would launch a ‘fellatio cafe’ modeled on similar businesses in Thailand, such as Dr. BJ’s Salon in Bangkok.
However, the announcement was met with skepticism by many, who cited Britain’s stringent anti-prostitution laws as a reason why the business would be unlikely to take off.
Now Charvet claims the oral sex will be performed by ‘erotic cyborgs.’
“Sex robots will always be pleasing and could even become better at technique because they would be programmable to a person’s need,” he told the Daily Star Online.
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“They will improve the sex service. It’s totally normal to see a new way of using robots and others sex toys to have pleasure.”
Charvet believes the cafe will become a hub of social activity, where friends meet to chat, drink coffee and casually enjoy robotic sex acts.
“The bar is the place to meet people, to extend your network and the way to start the morning.
“What could be better than meet your friends around a cafe and to enjoy a nice blow job from a sex robot?”
With opening hours of 6am to 11pm, blow job cafes could soon replace the pub as Britain’s favorite socializing spot.
Charvet believes a trip to the cafe is the best way to start the day.
“Everyone is drinking coffee daily,” he said.
“And nothing is better to start a working day than engaging in sexual action, US research has found.”
“People like to chat before they make love. It makes sense the robots will speak and tease men’s desire,” he added.
The Paddington cafe will be home to eight robots dressed in a variety of costumes.
“Uniforms are going to be worn: nurse, police, student and secretary.”
If the London cafe is a success, Charvet plans to open a 24/7 shop in the heart of Manchester.