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Czech students launch nude cleaning service to pay bills

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A group of students in the Czech Republic, furious over the lack of jobs for college students (or, for that matter, college graduates), have started a business together. Of course, since you're reading it here, the business is very obviously a nude cleaning service.

True, this isn't even close to the first such business in existence (in fact, we tested this line of work in an I Did It For Science column some years back), but it may be the most unusual. Crazy Cleaning has fifteen employees… and they aren't all female.

The Crazy Cleaners business in the Czech Republic charges £150 per hour for its services, which include a choice of operatives in their underwear, topless – or full frontal.

Economics student Katka Kopecka explained: 'We needed to find work and couldn't find it so we thought of this.'

'Nobody likes cleaning and everyone likes to look at a good body,' added the 21-year-old, an alumnus of Charles University in Prague.'Watching someone clean your house in underwear is a nice way for them to relax. But this is not a prostitution service, it's just a cleaning service.' [Metro]

Yeah, and guys just go to strip clubs for the booze. I have a feeling the housekeepers find a lot of sticky tissues at the end of their visits.