An escort offering her services to members of the public has fumed at an elderly customer who short-changed her after paying with coins.
Lays Peace, the Brazilian call girl left furious by an OAP has since aired her frustrations at not being paid the right amount of money. She says the price of 10,000 Brazilian Real (£1,612) was barely matched by the pensioner.
Peace says instead of notes to pay for their intimate time together the unnamed elderly man whipped out a bag full of coins – and even then was way off the set price.
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Accepting the bag of coins rather begrudgingly, Peace set out counting the coins but found she had not even made 10% of her asking price for the sexual encounter.
She took to X, formerly Twitter, and wrote: "I just counted, and I only had BRL 700 [GBP 113]. I can’t believe I sucked that withered stick for BRL 9,700."
A video was included showing the pile of coins laid out in equal amounts on a bed, with the sex worker fuming at the bloke who skipped out on £1,499 worth of his bill.
Pricey encounters with sex workers in Brazil comes as the opposite occurs in the UK, with a street in Leeds inundated with sex workers offering out £30 flings to fathers dropping their children off at the nearby school.
Those working the area claim they were trying to drum up enough cash to pay for their kids' Christmas presents, with one anonymous sex worker saying they were scoping the school drop-off cars "in the hopes of picking up a few extra clients."
Save Our Eyes group runner Claire Bentley-Smith said: "As parents walking children to primary school, we noticed that prostituted women were still out soliciting in the mornings, trying to flag down cars and falling off the kerb into the roads in front of families and commuter cars."
The increase in sex workers has left some residents moved and upset, with one saying: "They are absolutely desperate for money for drugs and to buy Christmas presents for their children."
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