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Saturday, 26 May 2007

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Business opportunities for expasnding the brothel into the skies are now said to be boundless

Sydney, Australia - (Ass Mess): Ex-Quaintarse air hostess Lisa Robertson has trumped her career-best achievement of screwing Ralph Fiennes in a mile high club incident earlier this year when en route to Mumbai from Sydney International.

The buxom 39 year old peroxide stunner has been reported in the UK press as having been bankrolled by megabux movie industry interests to turn her talents to marketing as the front-of-house greeter in a new brothel venture.

The glitzy recreational facility called 'The Site' in Sydney's top-notch financial zone has advertised its services using her picture and a tie-in with the World Bank credit card services division.

The brothel's opening night party next week promises 'a glittering array of international travellers, jet-set celebs, sporting heros and media-types'.

Local papers are predicting that the establishment is 'so classy, so utterly Australia' that PM John Howard might even attend to cut the ribbon.

And Ralph Fiennes, the man who made it all happen on that Quaintarse 747 back in February this year?

"We've sent him a ticket and he's promised a return match, just to see if he can keep his ..er.. hand in the glamor end of this celeb business", a source told the press today.

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