Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Donkey brothel fares well in Colombia

Two brothers from Sincelejo, tired of being one of the many unemployed on Colombia's Caribbean coast, decided to set up a brothel. In this tropical brothel you won't find a variety of luscious mamis though. Thirty donkeys are available to fulfill the randy man's needs. Those able to understand the welcome sign in the photo above will understand exactly what goes on behind the tree. Donkeys are not considered food in Colombia, but can definitely serve for other, equally fundamental joys of life. Brothers Julio Cesar and Carlos Andres are making good money on providing the ambiance and the donkeys for the "happily living" customers. Their business--providing snacks, beers and a number of willing donkeys--has been a lot more profitable than any other job they had so far. "Not because of the beers and snacks," the brothers admitted to newspaper La Libertad. Full Article...