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7ft rent-boy offering €60 sex services in Dublin city centre

Crime DeskBy Niall Donald
'Brendan' the giant rent boy
'Brendan' the giant rent boy

THEY are the internet ads which show how Ireland has become a country where anything goes.

Once upon a time, hookers and sex-starved punters all had to place carefully disguised adverts in a small number of publications.

Now the internet has let every sexual ‘entrepreneur’ set themselves up in business – where they are offering to cater for every kink under the sun.

And they come in all shapes and sizes – literally.

This week a 7ft tall gay giant was offering sleazy sex in return for just €60.

The American-born escort goes by the name of ‘Brendan’ and openly advertises online that he has a “7 inch” tool. When our team contacted the giant, he advised us he charges €60 for his sexual services in Dublin city centre.

Our reporter told the dirty giant he’d like to arrange a meet, but when he didn’t hear from us he bombarded us with text messages.

“Hey, you still wanna meet?” said one of the messages, while another message sent the same day read: “Hey, did you get cold feet? Love to meet you and see what happens.”

This gay giant openly promotes himself on his social media accounts. His twitter page reveals details about his sexual thoughts.

“I’m in London who wants to f**k,” he we wrote in November, while he said in another tweet: “I just had a client come and then walk out before anything. Is it bad I still charged him? I feel guilty.”

He openly acknowledges that he is a sex worker, tweeting: “I’m dating someone, actually makes me want to quit working as a #sexworker.”

There are also dozens of ‘professional’ men who can be found on Irish websites offering home improvements in exchange for no-strings-attached sex.

Desperate housewives can get their homes rewired, painted or plastered, as long as they are willing to get up to a bit of handiwork themselves.

One ad placed last week read: “I am a handyman willing to do some work for some fun. I’m 43 years old, clean, educated, respectable (unless you don’t want me to be).

 “I can fix plumbing, light electrical, masonry. I can plaster and decorate, painting etc.

“I don’t care about your status, married or divorced, I am very discreet. At the end you will have the job done and you will have some mind-numbing orgasms as well.”

Bizarrely, another carpenter advertising online is offering services to a very specific type of woman – namely those suffering from anorexia.

He writes: “I’m 46, five foot ten. Twelve stone. I work as a handyman carpenter. I’m seeking an attractive slim or skinny or better still sexy anorexic woman for discreet mutual daytime fun.”

There are also men who are offering to pay women for a range of services that would not appeal to the average Irish male.

In an ad entitled, ‘wrestle me for reward’, one Dubliner is hoping, literally, to get beaten up.

“Looking to wrestle a woman fully clothed, sit, step, stand on me, facesitting, chest sitting. The longer you dominate the bigger the reward.”

However, there are also a number of men looking to recruit women for a range of sex businesses.

Last year, the Sunday World revealed how a small-time ‘antique’ dealer was also running a lucrative sex cam empire. By day, Alex, originally from Romania, works in a quiet second hand and antique store in Perrystown in south Dublin.

However, by night, he sits back and takes a cut as dozens of Irish women perform sex acts on webcams in their home, which are then broadcast live on the website myfreecams.com.

Sex-cam king Alex (29), claims to act as an agent for more than 200 women across the country, who can earn anything up to €10,000 a week.

On myfreecams.com and other similar sites, clients pay to click on a model and then direct her to stage a live sex show. In most cases, they pay more money each time they give the girl a “request”.

Dad-of-one Alex has recently launched a recruitment drive – placing ads on a number of adult contact websites.

However, Alex claims he is not too impressed with the men who use the services he helps provide, branding them “psychos” who would be better off spending their money on a holiday.