Tuesday, 18. June 2013 - 09:06
01. 11. 10. - 18:00
It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it. So when a group of students lost their temp jobs in the credit crunch they came up with the perfect way to turn their busts into a boom - a nude cleaning agency.
Now the pals are dab hands at buffing up their clients' furniture with their Crazy Cleaners business in the Czech Republic at 150 GBP per hour.
Founder Katka Kopecka, 21 - who studies economics at Charles University in Prague - explained: "We needed to find work and couldn't find it so we thought of this.
"Nobody likes cleaning and everyone likes to look at a good body."
The firm -which now has 15 male and female students on its books - can provide everything from cleaners in their undies, topless or full frontal.
Katka added; "Quite often the people asking for our services are busy business people who want to relax. Watching someone clean your house in underwear is a nice way for them to relax.
"But this is not a prostitution service, itís just a cleaning service."
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