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Local pub owners are planning to cash in on the World Cup by busing football fans to their "executive gentlemen's club" where sex is on the menu.
Lourens Opperman, 45, and Louis Coetzee, 40, own Castle Corner in Rustenburg in the North West Province where six matches will be played at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium and where the England squad will be based.
Opperman also runs a "gentlemen's club" a few kilometres out of the city where they plan to lay on a courtesy "bonk bus" to transport visitors.
"In town we have a pub and outside is the club," says Coetzee.
They will hire buses to run a shuttle service to the sprawling estate.
"Moving the fans is not a problem," Coetzee says.
"The buses will operate every hour to take people to the other bar - and when they've had enough of the ladies, we bring them back."
Fans will pay a cover charge of R30 to enter the club boasting 20 ladies, while R220 gets them three private lap dances.
"They do everything, full Monty," says Coetzee.
"That's R600 rand an hour. A few of the rooms have jacuzzis, so you get half an hour of jacuzzi and half an hour of what-what.
"But if you're finished in 10 minutes, you lose money.
"Bring on the foreign fans!" says exotic dancer Lisa, 24.
"If they show me the money, I'll go all the way, as long as they wear condoms." - Daily Voice