What partner in Alice escort agency has to offer



A glimpse at the website of Maxine’s Gentlemen’s Club in Melbourne may offer a hint of what Councillor Geoff Booth’s escort agency has in store for Alice Springs.


A 20% shareholder in the venture, Maxine Elizabeth Fensom, of Brunswick East, Victoria, spoke briefly with the Alice Springs News Online today, confirming that she is a partner. She promised to ring back with more details but hasn’t so far.


However, the club’s online promotion openly offers a “Dildorama with special guests $25 entry to see the hottest dirtiest sexiest girls” or others “dressed only in micro g-strings, so come and have some fun this week” while it’s “tits out thursdays”.


In the main bar, Versace Room or Fantasy rooms you can make the acquaintance of Jodie-Anne whose hobbies are sex and gardening and whose specialties include being one half of Lesbian Doubles.

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  1. Michael
    Posted October 8, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    I don’t believe Alice Springs needs or requires such a facility. Perhaps independent operators, that operate as escorts.
    Besides you have world-class national parks, that hold a sense of adventure, market your self to the world that way.
    Unless it is the will of locals who desire such a venue, which I doubt.
    I think such a venue would detract from the beauty of Central Australia.

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  2. Hal Duell
    Posted September 28, 2013 at 2:36 am

    This story just keeps getting better and better. You might say it’s getting legs.
    Imagine the surge of new interest in Council meetings if the girls from a soon-to-be Candy Land were told that a condition in their contract required them to attend the public meetings in their working gear. What’s not to like? Cr Booth may have just stumbled on a way to breathe new life into local government. I anticipate the Gallery would soon be standing room only.

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