NAKED cleaners are being pressured into sex acts with clients despite the services advertising themselves as strictly above board, an undercover investigation has revealed. In an article for Metro. Is that OK?
The company supplies cleaners to homes and offices to do household chores — including ironing — while completely naked, bar a pair of slippers and some gloves. Naturist Cleaners also offers a fully-clothed option, and has a number of cleaners on its books, of all shapes and ages. Which seems rather expensive for a booking fee.
They're the cleaners who have decided to do things a little differently - by tidying up in the buff. This is the rise of the naked cleaner - and those working in the new field say business is booming. The year-old started his business two weeks ago after joking with his parents that this is what he wants to do.
May 24, am Updated May 24, pm. A reporter claims she was told during the interview process that the additional extra means the cleaner can offer to help their client ejaculate while being urged to pleasure herself. She was also given role-play scenarios involving sex by the man interviewing her after she found the ad on Craigslist.
After hearing of a such service operating in the U. She revealed that more than people applied for the job. She plans to capitalize on her success and expand her operations in other cities in Scotland, such as Aberdeen or Glasgow.
A woman who cleans homes in the nude to make extra money on the side has revealed what the job is really like. Naturist Cleaners was founded by Laura Smith in in response to what she says was "a growing new interest in nude cleaning in British society". Despite having never been to any naturist events before, Anna - who says she feels comfortable being naked, and is often nude around her close friends - signed up to the service.
A local councillor has unleashed a scathing attack on a nude cleaning company — but the founder insists no laws are being broken. She described the business, which employs a range of male and female cleaners to carry out household duties for customers either in the nude or while wearing very little, as "absolutely disgraceful". Crichlow had also made similar criticisms during an interview with the Gold Coast Bulletin, in which she questioned the legality of the company.
Having previously worked as a regular cleaner she has doubled her income and halved her hours by doing the job in the nude. The woman, who has chosen to remain anonymous, works for Queensland based company Bare All Cleaning Service who say they are satisfying a growing appetite for their scantily-clad staff. The woman said she believes the business will be welcomed into mainstream society over time, but until then she is enjoying the gap in the market. The only difference is I do is my job in the nude.
A woman who hails from Edinburgh in Scotland has launched a cleaning service with a difference, where staff perform their duties in various states of undress. Victoria Murphy was inspired to launch her initiative after hearing about another, similar business in the states. She quit her job as a beautician and summoned her events management skills to found a company called Glimmer.