A Swiss cafe in the city of Geneva in Switzerland wants to offer robot sex services with hot drinks by the end of December 2016. Bradley Charvet, the owner of the Swiss escort service, Facegirl, was originally of the idea of employing actual sex workers for the entertainment of his clients. Instead, he seems to have been satisfied with using high-tech sex robots due to various legal constraints.
His decision to use actual people for sexual pleasure and then the use of high-tech robots have widely encountered resistance despite prostitution being a legal business in Switzerland. Charvet informed Le Martin, a Swiss newspaper that he had initially planned to charge 60 Swiss francs, which translates to $62, for a hot drink, which would also have included a sexual act by a woman selected via an iPad.
One of the spokespersons of Geneva’s department of security and economy informed the Le Martin that under the law on catering and the sales of drinks, paid for sexual services were banned in the pub;ic establishments. Although, Bradley Charvet is the belief that he can flex the law to his needs by using robots. He stated that he was holding talks with a United States-based company that manufactured “lifelike robot-women”, which he was willing to buy for a price ranging between $1,800 to $3,000.