Anyone who has worked in the emergency services or NHS will know that the stresses of the ‘job’ can sometimes be extreme. So a former emergency services Oppo has decided to start a ‘sex club’ exclusively for emergency services and NHS staff (both past and present) in order to help them to ‘relieve’ some stress.
The club has been started by Ron Jeremy, a former member of the emergency services who served on the frontline in London for a number of years.
In an exclusive interview Mr Jeremy revealed to Emergency Services Media: “I spent 18 years sorting out other people’s problems whilst I served on the front line in London. Because of the constant shift work, I was never able to hold down a relationship – it sucks”.
“So I thought that the best way to help fellow singles in the emergency services & NHS, was to start up a ‘sex club’. Members of the emergency services, both past and present, can cum to our weekly meets, and, well, just let off some steam”.
Mr Jeremy is yet to set up the first meeting, but he is confident that the event will attract some decent numbers.
“The club isn’t just about sex. Many of my former colleagues used to like just getting naked – and they can do that in a welcoming setting at my new club events”.
When we asked Mr Jeremy how he was going to verify the service of retired emergency services and NHS personnel who wanted to attend the events, he said: “You only have to look at someone to know as to whether or not they have served for a number of years in the NHS or emergency services”.
“In particular, they will have a distinctive ‘gaunt’ look and will have deep-set dark rings around their eyes”.
Mr Jeremy is hoping to use a decommissioned Government bunker either someone in London, or the Home Counties.
“the privacy of members will be paramount” said Mr Jeremy. “With certain parts of the civilian press constantly knocking the emergency services, we do not want to give them any ammunition”.
Free condoms, lube and wet wipes will also be available. To find out more about Mr Jeremy’s sex club, CLICK HERE
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