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Wearing thick-lensed glasses and a tweed flat cap, George McCoy picks me up at 9. He has the oppressively loud voice of a horse-racing commentator. Before she died, she divorced me and took all the money she could.
I'd used prostitutes before when travelling with work, and decided to make my hobby into a business. Born in in Malvern to two Cambridge physics graduates, George has always been entrepreneurial.
By , he'd lost it all. And so began his next crusade: to deliver the first comprehensive guidebooks to the UK's brothels, ranking prostitutes on a five-star scale, listing specialisms, working hours and charging policies, and inciting the fury of people who don't want to see human beings rated for how good they are at blowjobs.
I know of a former foreign secretary who enjoys dressing up in women's clothing and having his bottom smacked. I know of another who just went for regular sex with lots of different women. In the UK, selling your body for sex isn't a crime, but soliciting in public is.
Working in a brothel isn't illegal, but running a brothel is. For customers, soliciting someone for their sexual services is illegal in public, but fine in private. Therefore, George isn't technically committing a crime — and besides, he doesn't have to actually buy the sex; because he's reviewing, he usually gets it for free.