Mr. Freddie was a middle-aged man trapped in an imperfect world, his only desire to get the most out of life and make money in the city of London. London, being the most enviable capital of the world, was to become Mr. Freddie’s home for the greater part of his life. He was a man that had ideas, a cool individual who embarked on ideas with a kind of innovation.
He set up the £1m-a-year bankers’ brothel in the shadow economy and operated it for five years from a beautiful terraced house located in a quiet mews of Holborn in the heart of the city. All the women working at the bankers’ brothel worked as prostitutes on a part-time basis.
Drivers would drive the city bankers to the brothel from city strip clubs on the promise of sex and drivers would receive commission. Payment via credit card was offered at an increased rate by cardboys.
In the United Kingdom, it is very difficult for a person to operate a brothel without breaking the law. Mr. Freddie was arrested and the brothel was closed down.
He was found guilty by a jury and sent to prison.
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