NRL players told to visit brothels instead of group sex

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Footballers who want to participate in group sex should be encouraged by their clubs to do so at legal brothels, a political party says.

The National Rugby League has been rocked over the past week by claims by various women that they took part in group sex with players.



A number of the incidents have prompted allegations of sexual assault.



"The NRL needs to set up a brothel liaison office and to conduct brothel information sessions with all players, including those who profess to be religious," party convenor with the Australian Sex Party Fiona Patten said.



There are more than 200 legal brothels and 6,000 sex workers in NSW.



Ms Patten said most teams have a local brothel that could be adopted as their own.



"(And) If players are away on tour, they could ring another local brothel ... and arrange a service with a qualified sex worker for five or six players."

This story was sourced from The New Zealand Herald.

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