Melbourne, July 18 (ANI): Should there be regulation around the volume of businesses in the sex industry is the question being raised after Brisbane opened up its latest 'gentleman's club' in the city.
Showbar 320, which is located within The Grosvenor on George St, officially opened on July 12 complete with topless barmaids who start as early as 10am.
But the move has raised concerns that the region is becoming overwhelmed with businesses involved in the sex industry.
Jasmine Robson, the general manager of Showbar 320 said that there were some gentleman's club's featuring dancers, but none with the unique position that we are in to serve as a 'Disneyland' for men.
With several different areas, that cater to several different needs in the one beautiful building, it is truly world class entertainment,' News.com.au quoted Robson as saying.
QUEENSLAND'S first legal brothel, Purely Blue, has gone into voluntary liquidation as legal brothels find it harder to stay afloat in a fiercely competitive market.
The venue has 30 girls on their topless waitress-barmaid roster and more than 800 dancers on the database from across Australia and overseas.
Robson said two new dancers are flown in to Australia for the Brisbane show's each week.
There is no other bar in Brisbane or anywhere even close that has all topless barmaids and waitresses from open (10am) until close Tuesday to Saturday, she said.
We are your real home, you just go somewhere else to sleep.
Friday is our busiest day, with so many men coming in to wind down after a hard week's work.
Saturday nights are also huge with boy's nights out and bucks parties galore, she added. (ANI)