Bordello goes in search of brains
Wednesday 09 September 1992
'Nice part-time job for nice women who like night life, luxury and high fashion,' reads the advertisement placed by Yab Yum men's club in the Leiden University newspaper's first edition of the academic year.
'There's a distinct demand for students among my clients,' said Yab Yum's manager, Theo Heuft, yesterday. 'Some of the businessmen who come here value ideas and good conversation as much as anything else.'
Although Leiden's alumni include Einstein and Voltaire, intelligence is apparently not an attribute required by Yab Yum employees.
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