When Monash Councillors keep advocating for high density development in Glen Waverley and Oakleigh, our city will be part of this new growing social trend in Melbourne.
The New York Post reported in 2014 that :
“Hookers are using the controversial Airbnb home-sharing Web site to turn prime Manhattan apartments into temporary brothels….One escort service is even saving a bundle by renting Airbnb apartments instead of hotel rooms for clients’ quickies, says a 21-year-old call girl who works for the illicit business.
“It’s more discreet and much cheaper than The Waldorf,” said the sex worker, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
“Hotels have doormen and cameras. They ask questions. Apartments are usually buzz-in.””
In 2015, the Daily Telegraph and International Business Times reported and confirmed Airbnb apartments in Australia are already turning into pop up brothels.Our real estate network says Airbnb is a major tenant in the Ikon building, Glen Waverley.
The underdog rumor is that Glen Waverley would be the new place for Asian pop up brothels and karaoke all lit up PnP (slang for drug party and play) and Oakleigh second in queue, if Monash Councillors continue to sell our public lands to enable more and more high density development in the city.