A former brothel in Taiwan has been turned into a Museum with exhibits reminding visitors of the previous facilities provided at the building.
This idea has been examined by the Coalition Government with the clever trick of reversing the process by turning Museums into brothels.
It is thought the the Natural History Museum is a prime target with the Government keen to deal with the deficit.
'Extreme circumstances must lead to emergency action' said David Cameron 'we will have a rush of tourists, charge fees for entry and be able to have Trident in operation in no time.'
Anticipated protests by those complaining of sex discrimination are to be met by organising gigolos for the ladies. However the line is being drawn - at the moment - on providing choir boys for Catholic priests.
Those now working at the Museum are to be offered special rates for personal use and will be found jobs making beds and running a laundry at the brothel.