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Nude Cleaners From The Czech Republic

Nude Cleaners From The Czech Republic
Nude Cleaners From The Czech Republic

A group of Czech university students invented their own scenario of gaining competitive advantage in the context of global economy downturn. They founded a cleaning agency named The Crazy Cleaners whose personnel unlike stuff of traditional companies of this kind cleans offices and apartments partially or stark naked. Customers are charged an equivalent of USD240 per hour for the whole range of cleaning services and for extra pay they have an ability to chose cleaners’ "uniform" - underwear, topless or completely nude.

The original idea’s inventor and founder of this uncommon business outlet is Katka Kopeka, 21, an economics student from Charles University in Prague. After she lost her temporary job which in no way was related to showbiz or striptease, she gathered her courage and convinced some of her friends who were also jobless at the time to try out this crazy at first glance project.

Ms Kopeka formulated her business concept this way: “Nobody likes cleaning and everyone likes to look at a good body.” Currently The Crazy Cleaners personnel consists of 15 young persons – both female and male. The business founder is adamant that the company has nothing to do with prostitution. The majority of customers are overworked people who do not want to waste spare time on cleaning but instead want to have some fun and relaxation looking at beautiful young bodies.

Currently The Crazy Cleaners services are very popular and the agency struggles to satisfy the demand. The management consider the idea of increasing the staff. It is also possible that in addition to pretty girl cleaners they will have to hire some tough security guys because some clients do not want to content themselves with just looking.

Anton Linden

Date: 04/11/2010

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