Ever heard of a company that provides nude maids to its clients? Melissa Borrett, a 26-year-old enterprising lady, has just ventured into that questionable business, raising eyebrows and stirring a lot of controversy.
According to a news report by Huffington Post, Melissa Borrett's Fantasy Maid Service is gaining a lot of popularity. It promises to provide clients with a show and a spotless house. Now that the media has covered its launch, the local authorities are raising their concerns over the nude maid service. They would like to keep an eye on it to ensure it doesn’t offend people in a very conservative Texas town.
The nude maid service was solely a personal initiative by Melissa. She launched it in February this year. It’s been almost three months since the launch and Melissa has attracted three other women who are working for her.
Melissa Borrett started it to make some quick bucks. Many people are actually opting for it because of its affordability. Nude maid service charges $100 per hour to clean its client’s homes. The sole purpose of these maids is to do the cleaning, laundry and dishes, but provided the client has any other needs they are also willing to fulfill them.
Even though people are finding it rather amusing and a few have even availed the service, the matter has become a cause of concern for the Lubbock Police Department. Police Sgt. Jonathan Stewart shared his views on the matter and said that Melissa could be charged with a fine of $2,000, and additional charges for every day she continues to work without a permit because she doesn’t have a permit to own and run a sexually oriented business. The question is how would people resist watching seminude maids cleaning the house? Borrett has given a disclaimer that she will take legal action if the city attempts to close her business.
The sergeant also said, “Just the fact employees are topless or seminude in this case it's just not allowed,” according to the same news report.