A Pentagon Grand licensed brothel spokesman says a free BBQ isn’t their only “value add”: “We have a free pick up service, sometimes Friday but always on Saturday nights. We have a driver on site. It’s just a sign of the times, you do have to do a few extra things.”
A Pentagon Grand licensed brothel spokesman says a free BBQ isn’t their only “value add”: “We have a free pick up service, sometimes Friday but always on Saturday nights. We have a driver on site. It’s just a sign of the times, you do have to do a few extra things.”

Sizzling sausages: Brothel's desperate bid to survive

A GOLD Coast brothel is doing free sausage sizzles, Uber rides and shouting concierge golf days to compete with unregulated massage shops.

Pentagon Grand has started firing up a free BBQ for customers on Friday and Saturday nights as a "value add" at its Molendinar premises.

The knock shop also has a driver on staff offering free pick ups and drop-offs to clients, and pays customer Uber bills.

A Pentagon Grand spokesman said the venue had its worst 12 months in the past financial year in 15 years, blaming tighter "discretionary spending" and illicit massage shops.

Along with its regular services, licensed Gold Coast brothel Pentagon Grand at Molendinar is firing up a free BBQ for clients, offering free pick-ups and drop-offs plus pays for customer Uber trips to compete with the explosion in unregulated massage shops.
Along with its regular services, licensed Gold Coast brothel Pentagon Grand at Molendinar is firing up a free BBQ for clients, offering free pick-ups and drop-offs plus pays for customer Uber trips to compete with the explosion in unregulated massage shops.

"We do do a sausage sizzle - a bit like Harvey Norman - it is a gimmicky thing but it is a bit of a value add.

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