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Lauren Summerhill

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Toronto escort parlours and strip clubs say super-tight police security for the G20 summit may be bad for business even though some 25,000 delegates — mostly males — will be visiting our town for two days.

Some downtown sex trade operators say they’re moving their activities to hotels in North York, Mississauga or Richmond Hill during the June 26-27 meeting to avoid transportation and security hassles.

“There are too many cops and the girls are watched like hawks if they go to a hotel room,” said the owner of Toronto Escort, who didn’t want his name used. “The girls feel uncomfortable with all the police.”

The man, who said he owns five other escort firms, said most Toronto hotels are booked by G20 delegates and everyone is on alert.

“Most people are moving their business to the suburbs for the weekend,” said the man, who claims his company is Toronto’s largest escort firm with 50 girls who conduct out-calls. “Out in the suburbs it’s business as usual.”

Spiro Koumoudouros, of the House of Lancaster, said he’s hoping some of the delegates will check out his well-endowed girls.

“We have a well-run and well-respected club,” Koumoudouros said. “I hope these people are allowed out after their meeting and can visit my club.”

Officials at the Zanzibar Tavern, on Yonge St., said they’re hoping for some financial spinoff from the summit.

“We think this may be good for business but we are not sure,” the club’s manager said. “We hope people will come out and we will do good.”

Police have issued guidelines to delegates alerting them to Canadian laws.

Some 25,000 delegates, security personnel, media and hangers-on are expected in Toronto for the meeting.

Meanwhile, some LCBO stores in and near the security zone may be closed during the summit.

“We’re still reviewing plans at this point,” LCBO spokesman Chris Layton said Tuesday.

“We’ve got some stores that are pretty close to the G20 summit action.”

A decision will be made at a later date on which stores will be affected.

torontosun.com/news/torontoandgta/2010/06/15/14401421.html
 

ChaosTheory

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Joined Mar 28, 2010
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Interesting.
and here i half thought that the reason for the influx or SPs coming out of retirement was for this reason.

you know...for those naughty politicians and stuff...lol.

Feel free to come down to Hamilton ladies
:go:
 

dreamblade

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Joined Dec 5, 2009
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Mountains out of molehills.

Yes, a few incalls will be affected due to the G20, but there' no reason to move operations out of downtown altogether.
 

randygirl

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Joined Jun 3, 2010
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dreamblade said:
Mountains out of molehills.

Yes, a few incalls will be affected due to the G20, but there' no reason to move operations out of downtown altogether.

I agree. I am thinking that it will altogether be good for the SPs, and that those attending the summit will take advantage of what the city has to offer in terms of entertainment. As most of these guys will be staying in their own hotel rooms, I do not see why they would need to partake of an in call, anyways.
 

dreamblade

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randygirl said:
I agree. I am thinking that it will altogether be good for the SPs, and that those attending the summit will take advantage of what the city has to offer in terms of entertainment. As most of these guys will be staying in their own hotel rooms, I do not see why they would need to partake of an in call, anyways.

*ahem*
I was thinking of us poor local downtowners who face a drought if everyone up and leaves for Richmond Hill. What are we supposed to do, start hitting on civilian women? What is the world coming to???
 

randygirl

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dreamblade said:
*ahem*
I was thinking of us poor local downtowners who face a drought if everyone up and leaves for Richmond Hill. What are we supposed to do, start hitting on civilian women? What is the world coming to???

My apologies!
How myopic of me not to think of you poor downtown incall crowd! My sympathy goes out to you.

But I believe the SPs will be just fine. The regular in call clients...not so much! haha
 

Lauren Summerhill

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I actually canceled plans to go on vacation because they announced the gathering. I really don't think it will do much of anything for me to be honest, but figured it can't possibly hurt to be in town since it's my city. If there's one thing I've learned, it's that I never knows where they'll meet the next guy that'll make me swoon. One just has to be open to opportunity.
 
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