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Prostitutes in Rio de Janeiro are offering a 'sex sale' for visitors to the Olympic Games - after hopes of a boom during Brazil's hosting of the World Cup two years ago flopped. Sex workers in the city's famous Vila Mimosa red light district claim that, despite high expectations in the run-up to the football tournament, business during the event actually fell substantially. The women's income has recently been further hit by the grim economic climate in the Brazil, which is suffering its deepest recession in a century and leaving millions out of pocket. With a month to go before the Olympics begin, Mimosa prostitutes have now announced they will be offering discounts of up to half price during the Games in an attempt to lure foreign visitors. A flyer in English inviting Olympic athletes to the red light area, near Rio's city centre, offers 30 minutes of sex for 40 reals (£9) - down 48 per cent on the normal price of 75 reals (£17).
The Vila Mimosa is Rio's oldest and largest prostitution zone, where over 3,000 women offer their services in more than 70 bars and nightclubs situated around a bustling marketplace.
But the women's income has recently been hit by the grim economic climate in the Brazil, which is suffering its deepest recession in a century and leaving millions out of pocket.
Four weeks before the Olympics begin, some Mimosa sex workers have launched a desperate bid to lure foreign visitors.
A flyer printed in English is being distributed in Rio - but it is not known how widely.
It states that an hour's sex will cost 60 reals (£13), down from 90 reals (£20), while a threesome is priced at 40 reals (£9) per girl for half an hour, and 80 reals (£18) for an hour.