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By Ruth Styles for MailOnline. Tucked away on an industrial estate in Stuttgart is Paradise - or so its owners would say. But this is no ordinary haven. Instead, it's the largest brothel in a popular German chain and has around girls working there, as well as chefs, bartenders and management staff.
What's more, not only is Paradise entirely legal, it is a money-spinner for owner Jurgen Rudloff thanks to the 50, men who visit each year. Legal: The Paradise brothel in Stuttgart has around women working to service 50, punters a year. His business was made possible by legislation enacted 12 years ago that not only made prostitution and paying for sex legal, but brothels as well.
Repulsed: Director Edward Watts says he grew increasingly repulsed by the behaviour of punters. It has also seen an explosion in the number of brothels, with an estimated , women now working in them to service the one million German men who visit them each day - a number five times that of the UK.
Sex is a service. If you want to have good sex, you must pay good money for this service. Now the club is the subject of a new documentary, The Mega Brothel, which will be screened on Channel 4 tomorrow night.
Directed by Edward Watts, a man more used to investigating the realities of life in places like Gaza or the journeys of Somalian refugees as they make their way to Europe, it goes behind the scenes at Paradise - and not all is as you might expect. All these dudes wandering around in dressing gowns and the heat! It's grimy. Part of the reason for the heat is the club's sauna, which allows it to market itself as a 'wellness centre' for men.