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In Japan they call them "yellow cabs" and in Jamaica they are called "milk bottles" - but in Cape Town they don't yet have a name because their trade is being plied under wraps. Welcome to the world of female sex tourism, a lucrative industry in some of the world's top tourism destinations and apparently fast creeping into Cape Town which, according to recent figures from Cape Town Routes Unlimited, is attracting an estimated 2.
If you look carefully you can see it happening on Long Street where female tourists are known to hang out with holiday "Rastas" in the bars, backpacker hostels and nightclubs. While there may be nothing wrong with tourists wanting to have a holiday fling and intimately experience the attractions of the "dark continent", investigations into this trade revealed enclaves in Green Point and Sea Point where pimps use the occasional unsuspecting jobseeker.
Godfrey, 30, lives in the city. He says he became a male prostitute after he was lured into the trade thinking he was getting a "casual job".
He was picked up while waiting with other unemployed men beside the road, hoping for a casual job. No one believed him, but I volunteered out of sheer desperation. Godfrey, who has picked up prostitutes himself, said he was driven into a townhouse complex where he realised he was going to see "the other side" of prostitution.
I then realised that all the people who were inside were partially dressed and almost on every wall there was a television set showing pornographic videos. He said he was shocked when he saw his client, a foreign woman.