The coffee shop will charge £60 for an espresso and a sex act
But after being warned about the UK’s strict prostitution laws, Charvet now claims that “erotic cyborgs” will get frisky with the cafe’s curious clientele.
Speaking with the Daily Star, he said: “Sex robots will always be pleasing and could even become better at technique because they would be programmable to a person’s need.
“They will improve the sex service. It’s totally normal to see a new way of using robots and others sex toys to have pleasure.”
The innovative businessman was inspired by similar establishments in Thailand and is set to open a fellatio café in Geneva, Switzerland later this year.
Ambitious Charvet believes his establishments will become sophisticated social hubs of the future
He said: “The bar is the place to meet people, to extend your network and the way to start the morning.
“What could be better than meet your friends around a cafe and to enjoy a nice blow job from a sex robot?”
The robot-run Paddington sex-café will be opened from 6am to 11pm and will have eight cyborg hookers. He said: “Uniforms are going to be worn: nurse, police, student and secretary.”
And if the London shop is a success, Charvet plans to open a similar café in Manchester which will be open 24/7. The bold oral sex fanatic believes making love to a robot is the best way to start your day.
He said: “Everyone is drinking coffee daily. And nothing is better to start a working day than engaging in sexual action, US research has found.”
“People like to chat before they make love. It makes sense the robots will speak and tease men’s desire.”
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Public prayer is not intended to promote religious values, but to enhance the authority of some churches and some political views over others. Similarly with the posting of the Ten Commandments. It is about power, not about religion. Government by Christian or Islamic or any other faith has rarely been progressive. And the Constitution clearly intends that there should be freedom from religion.