WEIGHT: 60 kg
Services: Striptease, Extreme, Gangbang / Orgy, Facial, Oral Without (at discretion)
The City of Houston ordered a Canadian company called KinkySDollS to stop the construction of a so-called robot brothel for not having the appropriate permit. The city, which told the Chronicle this week that they are reviewing ordinances to restrict this kind of enterprise , sent building inspectors to issue a "red tag" to stop work after they noticed they didn't have the required permits.
To continue construction, the KinkySDollS company will have to first "apply for a demolition permit and submit plans," said a spokesperson from the mayor's office. They recently announced on Facebook and their website that they would be opening soon in Houston, in what would be the first business of its kind in the United States.
The time frame for the opening was supposed to be between the end of September and beginning of October. However, with the City of Houston in direct opposition, it's unclear if the Canadian company will succeed in opening their enterprise, at least in the time frame they expected. They began to build the business in what was previously a hair salon on Richmond, close to Chimney Rock in the Galleria area.
Space is located on the second floor of a building and has around 2, square feet, according to the salon owner who used to rent that spot.
The concept of the KinkySDollS adult business is similar to a showroom where human-like dolls are erotically displayed and can be rented to be used in private rooms at the location by the hour or half hour. The dolls are made of synthetic skin materials with highly articulated skeletons. Mayor Sylvester Turner told the Chronicle this week that they are reviewing existing ordinances and would consider drafting new ones to restrict or regulate this kind of business.