What partner in Alice escort agency has to offer


A glimpse at the website of Maxine’s Gentlemen’s Club in Melbourne may offer a hint of what Councillor Geoff Booth’s escort agency has in store for Alice Springs.
A 20% shareholder in the venture, Maxine Elizabeth Fensom, of Brunswick East, Victoria, spoke briefly with the Alice Springs News Online today, confirming that she is a partner. She promised to ring back with more details but hasn’t so far.
However, the club’s online promotion openly offers a “Dildorama with special guests $25 entry to see the hottest dirtiest sexiest girls” or others “dressed only in micro g-strings, so come and have some fun this week” while it’s “tits out thursdays”.
In the main bar, Versace Room or Fantasy rooms you can make the acquaintance of Jodie-Anne whose hobbies are sex and gardening and whose specialties include being one half of Lesbian Doubles.


  1. This story just keeps getting better and better. You might say it’s getting legs.
    Imagine the surge of new interest in Council meetings if the girls from a soon-to-be Candy Land were told that a condition in their contract required them to attend the public meetings in their working gear. What’s not to like? Cr Booth may have just stumbled on a way to breathe new life into local government. I anticipate the Gallery would soon be standing room only.

  2. I don’t believe Alice Springs needs or requires such a facility. Perhaps independent operators, that operate as escorts.
    Besides you have world-class national parks, that hold a sense of adventure, market your self to the world that way.
    Unless it is the will of locals who desire such a venue, which I doubt.
    I think such a venue would detract from the beauty of Central Australia.


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