Erotic Home Cleaning Service Seeks Customers

Posted on: August 27th, 2012 at 11:22 am by
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Apartment cleaning services are rivaled only by man-with-a-van (and Wacky Wok) when it comes to the flyers littering our neighborhood streets. Both are taped to street furniture at all times. This particular tear-tab handbill spotted on East Houston hawks a very different type of service. One for all the messy voyeurs out there. Indeed, this dude will scrub down your place while nude.

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One enterprising 28 year-old who “loves to be watched” is offering his erotic home cleaning services for $120 per hour. Get clean, be entertained. But, get this – he also paints. Unique concept, for sure. Here’s the pitch in its entirety:

Too busy to clean your apartment? Work has you too tired? Looking for some after work entertainment? Home life getting a bit stale?

How about combine the two? Get your place cleaned and be entertained! I provide an erotic cleaning service (gay, bi, or curious welcome)!

This is a truly unique service. You see, I clean your place while NAKED. You sit back, grab some wine, and enjoy the show.

ABOUT ME: 28 year-old male, physically fit, 5’5″ tall, Latino/Sicilian, clean cut, clean shaven, clean all around, tattoos, no piercing, no body hair, very adventurous, love to be watched.

Affordable rate = $120/hour; $180 if I bring my own supplies.

Any takers? Drop him a line.

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