Free Porn in the Hotels of the World

Nowadays there are a lot of hotels with porno free. Just enter your room and turn on the TV. There are also paid channels but they are not so popular because travelers may use their gadgets and WI-FI for this purpose.

However, from the start of 2000, many top world chains refused to spin adult movies for their guests:

  • In 2004 employees of leading Norwegian hotels demanded a ban on pornographic films. This is due to the increasing incidence of harassment of guests overexcited after films. As the representative of the trade union of hotel workers said, travelers, especially businessmen, after watching such videos often call maids under various pretexts, and then solicit them.
  • In several years the Hilton hotel chain announced a similar decision. In 2012, the hotel chain Marriott withdrew this practice. The next was “Hyatt.” Motives were different. The head of Marriott who is a Mormon, in an interview this step was not due for religious reasons, but for economic motives. He clarified that now people can watch hot movies on their own computers.
  • The Hilton said that entertainment for adults does not match the spirit of the network. But many experts argued that such a decision was under pressure from the National Center for Sexual Exploitation.
  • And what about Hyatt? The reason for this decision was called the unprofitability of the service. According to expert estimates, since 2000 the annual revenue per each hotel room had decreased from 339 to 107 dollars. Travelers had increasingly begun to watch adult movies on their own laptops and smartphones. Hyatt has become one of the last major global market players, which has stopped providing porn content to its guests. It’s a very interesting trend due to the fact that this giant owns about 620 hotels in more than 50 countries in the world.
Hyatt Arlington guestroom

When visitors become performers

But there is just opposite trend when hotel tracks the sexual life of their visitors by hidden devices. Representatives of a criminal network were arrested in South Korea. They secretly recorded guests at 30 establishments in 10 cities of the country and broadcast it on the Internet. More than 1.5 thousand people have become victims of intruders, according to press reports.

  • Police found that hidden cameras were installed in at least 42 rooms in different locations throughout the country.
  • Invisible recorders were installed in sockets, hairdryer holders, etc. Filmed videos were uploaded to a special site, which can be accessed for $45 a month.
  • At the time of detection, more than 4 thousand people were registered on it. The creators of the site took extra money from users for the right to pry travelers in real time.
  • Two of the alleged organizers of the broadcasts were arrested.
  • Police say the venues’ staff did not know about the criminal scheme.

Prying in public places is a serious problem in this state. Earlier it was reported that in 2018 hundreds of women took to the streets of Seoul, demanding to recognize such filming as a crime.

So learn this info and make conclusions.

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