Global Leaders, Diplomats Paying $100k At New York Strip Clubs, $5,000 For Prostitutes During UN General Assembly

World leaders and their envoys from 193 nations across the world convened in New York for the 78th UNGA to discuss strategies for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the ongoing war in Ukraine, climate change and so on.
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A session of sexual romp could go as high as $5,000, sources told The New York Post.

World leaders and their envoys from 193 nations across the world convened in New York for the 78th UNGA to discuss strategies for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the ongoing war in Ukraine, climate change and so on.

President Bola Tinubu and an entourage of his ministers, aides and other officials were in New York for the UN gathering, including foreign affairs minister Yusuf Tuggar, marine and blue economy minister Adegboyega Oyetola, Governors Umo Eno, Uba Sani and AbdulRahman AbdulRasaq of Kwara, among others.

As important matters that affect the world at large were deliberated during the day, government officials at night engaged the services of prostitutes to relieve the day’s stress, notwithstanding the exorbitant sex charges.

The majority of the escorts, top-tier babes, were flown from Las Vegas and Europe to meet the foreign emissaries in New York five-star hotels.

To avoid a sex scandal, the diplomats meet the courtesans in hotels and not their designated accommodation for fear of getting exposed, which might have far-reaching implications on their political careers and sully their reputations.

According to the report, the hookers said many of the diplomats live in conservative countries where they are unable to fulfil their sexual fantasies, hence the reason they explore their options with the courtesans in New York.

“Diplomats go crazy because they’re so repressed where they are … they don’t have these girls,” a courtesan told the paper.

For diplomats who want to enjoy the pleasures of lap dances in strip clubs, they could pay up to $100,000 for VIP private rooms.

“VIP rooms are booked, and they (government officials) can spend anywhere from $50,000 to $100,000 in a night,” another source told The Post. “You look around and it’s not the usual crowd of regulars.”

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