A whistleblower says holiday lodges and hotels are rigged with recording equipment which is making tapes for sale
Video nasty: An ex employee of a holiday lodge has revealed lodges with hidden cameras record clients making love
Couples having sex in their hotel rooms are secretly being recorded with the footage ending up online, a ex-staff member claims.
The practice has been exposed by a former employee at a lodge in Bulawayo in Zimbabwe, who claims it’s more regular than just a one-off.
The unnamed man reportedly told My Zimbabwe that it’s been known to be more common in the capital Harare, but that it’s recently happening more in Bulawayo lodges and cheap hotels.
Cashing in: There are reports that staff are working with businessmen who are willing to shell out £650 for a week of recorded output
“The idea is being engineered by Nigerian business people who install the equipment in the rooms and capture unsuspecting clients in the act,” he explained.
He alleges that owners or staff are working with Nigerian businessmen who are willing to shell out £650 for a week of recorded output.
It’s usual for city lodges to rent rooms for £3 during the day and £10 at night, and it’s said that guests are commonly with sex workers for their stay.
There are reports that some sex workers are ‘in on it’ too and use their moves to make the best films for sale that they can.