Europe’s largest brothel due to COVID-19 filed for bankruptcy protection

, according to the daily mail of September 3rd, under the influence of COVID-19, the head of the Passa brothel in Cologne, Germany, is no longer able to pay the property management fees of the 11 storey building, and the remuneration of 60 employees, including the masseur and chef, and formally filed for bankruptcy protection. < / P > < p > it is reported that under normal circumstances, about 120 prostitutes are engaged in freelance work in Pasha. But after the spread of COVID-19, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Germany’s North Rhine Westphalia state announced that it banned prostitution in April this year, and did not specify when the restriction would end. < / P > < p > in response, Armin lobscheid, the head of the brothel, told the German express: “if we are sure we can get back to normal next year, we may be able to avoid bankruptcy with the help of the bank. But the government did not give a clear date for lifting the ban, which made it impossible for me to raise money and forced me to file for bankruptcy protection. ” < / P > < p > “in fact, everyone knows that even with the ban, paid sexual services continue.” He added that prostitution would go underground after the brothels closed, putting prostitutes at greater risk. < / P > < p > it is reported that the Pasha brothel was opened in 1972, and received attention in 2006 because it was accused by Muslims of insulting Islam. At that time, in order to welcome the world cup, the brothel drew the flags of a semi naked woman and 32 countries that entered the final of the world cup, which was considered as blasphemy by Muslims.