Sydney brothel The Site is cornering the mile-high market by offering “The Ralph”, a s-x package catering to anyone with a flying fetish, and the service is offered by none other than former Qantas hostess Lisa Robertson.
Crikey understands that clients can order “The Ralph” for the princely sum of $750, and it doesn’t involve a sick bag. Instead, the customer is treated to a fantasy role-play that involves Roberston dressing up in her Qantas air hostess uniform and engaging in small talk with the client before leading him to the toilet where they can re-enact the intimate (and cramped) moment that Ralph Fiennes and Lisa shared, a moment that Lisa then duly shared with 60 Minutes, The Mail on Sunday UK and The Daily Telegraph.
Crikey revealed back in March that Robertson, the stewardess at the centre of the Fiennes toilet s-x scandal, worked through her Sydney layovers at a high-class establishment under the pseudonym of “Skye” and was seeing customers right up until the Fiennes encounter hit the headlines. Robertson left the brothel shortly after selling her story to UK tabloid The Mail on Sunday but has since confirmed that she returned sporadically to brothel work.
Saturday’s Daily Tele was a little coy about Robertson’s new job, perhaps because of the $250,000 The Site spends on advertising with them each year:
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We know some brainstorming sessions over mailouts and ad campaigns can take time, but surely scheduling meetings after 9pm is beyond the normal call of duty for a one-time trolley dolly? Confidential understands a “promotions and marketing” session with Robertson can be negotiated upwards of $285 an hour, every Friday and Saturday night.
Since The Site began running ads in the Daily Telegraph, the brothel has had to turn away customers on Saturday and Sunday nights and the phone has been ringing off the hook:
NSW Adult Business Association spokesman Chris Seage confirmed to Crikey that he assisted in setting up Robertson’s promotional work for The Site with Robertson’s former agent Max Markson. Under the deal, Robertson agreed to allow The Site to use her name and photo in advertisements to increase patronage and attract interested “service providers”.
Robertson also agreed to lend her voice to telephone on-hold voice messages and her presence to promotional nights where she would greet clients to The Site.
Seage told Crikey that the owners of The Site are interested in expanding Lisa’s role to act as a mentor and adviser; they plan to include her in career nights for service providers and those interested in joining the industry.
Robertson would be one of the presenters along with a financial adviser and others, but Crikey has been unable to confirm whether she would appear in uniform.