Red Light District Boss Sets Sights on Political Stage, Plans Party Launch in Vienna

Vienna is about to witness the emergence of a new political player, offering protest voters an alternative choice. Christoph Lielacher, CEO of Funpalast, has unveiled his ambitious plan to enter the realm of politics in the Austrian capital with a party dedicated to the Red Light District.

Following in the footsteps of Marco Pogo, the renowned rocker-turned-politician, Lielacher, who owns a sauna club, is determined to make his mark in the political arena. Reports from the reputable publication “Krone” confirm his intention to establish the “Red Light District Party.” Lielacher has already made waves in the media during the pandemic with his establishment’s unique COVID-19 vaccination station. Now, he seeks to channel his passion into a serious political endeavor, claiming that five representatives are poised to defect and join his party.

Lielacher’s mantra revolves around creating an environment where individuals who work hard can also enjoy a sense of comfort and pleasure in their own country. As a gesture of this commitment, he already offers free admission to his establishment every other Saturday. However, he believes that for a significant portion of the population, the focus has shifted from achieving work-life balance to sheer survival. Lielacher accuses politicians of neglecting this pressing issue, asserting that a state of “standstill” persists.

The Red Light District Party aims to be the catalyst for change. Among their proposed measures is the introduction of a price cap on energy costs, intended to alleviate the burden on citizens. Additionally, they advocate for relief measures specifically targeted at small and medium-sized enterprises. Departing from the conventional notion of a four-day workweek, the party argues for a different approach. According to the “Krone,” the party is currently gathering fresh endorsements from supporters. Their immediate objective is to establish a strong presence in Vienna, with the ultimate ambition of participating in the upcoming national parliamentary election.

The entrance of the Red Light District Party into Vienna’s political landscape injects a new dynamic, promising to provide alternative perspectives and policy proposals. As protest voters eagerly await the unfolding of this unconventional political journey, it remains to be seen how far Lielacher and his party can go in reshaping the discourse and priorities of Austrian politics.

Previously we wrote

Rumors are circulating that Funpalast saunaclub in Vienna may be closing down in the coming months. The initial report surfaced on the Sex Vienna Forum, where a user claimed that the club will shut its doors in the fall and the building will be demolished to make way for a new office building for a pharmaceutical company.

At present, there has been no official statement from Funpalast’s management regarding the closure, so the information remains unconfirmed and should be treated as mere rumors.

It is worth noting that Funpalast has recently faced criticism from loyal customers due to pricing and marketing missteps. These missteps have resulted in frustration among patrons, which might have contributed to the rumors of the club’s potential closure.

Until there is an official announcement from Funpalast’s management, the future of the saunaclub remains uncertain, and customers will need to wait for further updates to know the club’s fate: Is Funpalast Saunaclub Set to Close Its Doors This Fall?

A young girl from Eastern Europe was rescued by Aargau police from a brothel, leading to the arrest of the brothel operator. The police acted on a tip-off from a concerned member of the public who reported the girl’s presence in the Baden district. The police investigation revealed doubts about the girl’s age and inconsistencies in her identity documents. Further inquiries by specialized personnel led to increased suspicions against the brothel operator, resulting in their arrest after house searches in two Aargau municipalities.

The rescued girl has been transferred to a specialized agency for psychological care, emphasizing the significance of addressing human trafficking and reporting suspicious activities to authorities: In Aargau, Police Rescue Underage Prostitute from Brothel

Members of the Sex Vienna forum have once again shared valuable information with each other, this time about a Hungarian gang running a scam on the Booksusi website. The gang advertises their services but ends up defrauding customers of their money.

The scam typically involves the girl requesting upfront payment, then either asking the customer to take a shower or leaving the apartment on some pretext. Ultimately, the girl vanishes with the customer’s money, leaving them without the promised service, and sometimes even stealing valuables left in plain sight: Sex Vienna Forum User Provides Warning About Scam on Booksusi Website

Maxim Wien’s blog post titled “Where to go when the Laufhaus closes?” explores the distinctions between Laufhaus establishments and classic brothels like Maxim Wien. Laufhauses operate by renting rooms to individual women, and clients navigate through the premises to check if a lady is available by looking outside the doors. In contrast, Maxim Wien offers a comprehensive experience with its own DJ, party atmosphere, bar, and stage, allowing patrons to relax, socialize, dance with the Maxim Girls, enjoy drinks, and watch performances.

The blog post emphasizes the differences in services and pricing between the two types of establishments. In Laufhauses, women have complete autonomy in determining the services they provide and setting their prices. In brothels like Maxim Wien, the prices for both the ladies and the customers are consistent for a standard range of services, promoting transparency and equity.: Where you can find sex in Vienna at night?

Discuss this topic in Sex Vienna Forum here: Red Light District Party: A New Player in Austrian Politics

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