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Free drinks! Free sex! The idea of a brothel-keeper complaining about his taxes may sound a little outlandish, but in Austria and neighbouring Germany prostitution is legal and brothels are legitimate businesses — and liable to taxes. He told Kronen Zeitung he rejected any allegations he was involved in tax evasion or human trafficking. Cynics might suspect another motive: according to local reports the stunt has already generated massive publicity for the brothel.
Under Austrian law prostitutes must be self-employed — so they will still be liable for their own taxes. The brothels operate as clubs providing the prostitutes with a safe environment to work, usually in exchange for a fee. France news. German news. Italy news. Spanish news. Russian news. European Union. Terms and Conditions. Style Book. Weather Forecast. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation.
Thursday 28 November Austrian brothel offers free sex in tax protest Salzburg brothel owner pays prostitutes out of his own pocket in protest at what he says are unfairly high tax bills Pascha brothel in the city of Salzburg is advertising a 'Summer Special'.
By Justin Huggler , Berlin. A brothel in Austria is offering free sex to its customers — as a tax protest. Follow telegraphworld. Top news galleries. Telegraph on Facebook. More from the web.