A FORMER escort has revealed the most unusual requests she's had from clients – including one who asked her to dress in a "red rubber catsuit".
Samantha X, whose real name is Amanda Goff, said the request was made even stranger by the client saying she should meet him in "one of Sydney's finest restaurants".
Speaking to news.com.au, she revealed the man promised to buy her a new Mercedes and other lavish gifts if she donned the outfit.
But after all that, Samantha was spared the embarrassment when her suitor ghosted her.
She said: “Every day, counting down to our date, he’d call and say, ‘I can’t wait to meet you!’ But then he went missing. I was so devastated! I thought that maybe he’d seen me and changed his mind.
"But now I realise it wasn’t about me. He was probably doing it as a power trip, or being a d*** and, to be honest, I was relieved I didn’t have to wear a red rubber catsuit to one of Sydney’s finest restaurants."
According to Samantha, ghosting is a familiar technique in the sex industry – even when blokes have already parted with their hard-earned cash.
Another lad paid a deposit and asked her to book a hotel room, before disappearing after texting to say he would be there early.
She said: "I was left wondering, ‘Did he die, did he have an accident?’ I waited for half an hour and sent a message saying, ‘Clearly you’re not coming.’ So I cancelled it. What happened?
"Ghosting is definitely a thing in the sex industry world. It’s very confusing to me because men don’t have to come to us, there are other ways to receive intimacy.
"Some clients pay deposits to book my time and then, when they don’t show, I just don’t understand why.
"But I think it’s just a very human thing to do, to just not explain. I think people just get scared about being upfront and honest and it’s easier to ghost someone, rather than to be honest and authentic."
Samantha previously revealed what a man's job says about his sexual ability and who’s best in the sack – from bankers to builders.
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