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Saturday, May 26, 2007

This is not a brothel

Shot with Olympus E500
Really. This is the door of an office in Meard Street, Soho. You can only imagine the frustration that must have led to this plaque being screwed on the door (ooo! I couldn't help myself).

See where: London Daily Photo Map

posted by Ham at 00:00 -- Comments here: 14

Comments on "This is not a brothel"


Blogger FĂ©nix - Bostonscapes said ... (05:30) : 

G'day Ham!

Why would anyone think that's a brothel? Is the building in that kind of neighborhood?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (07:51) : 

Ha, that's funny! A different story to the people that work there!

All the best from Hamburg, Germany,



Blogger NiC said ... (08:22) : 

Methinks they do protest too much :)


Blogger ems said ... (12:41) : 

This'll explain it 7 Meard Street


Blogger Beetle said ... (17:05) : 

I can't believe my eyes when I saw it,Can't imagine how frustrated the people inside and wonder what their reaction every morning grasp the door's handle and the eyes caught the plaque


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (17:29) : 

LOL! Being Soho, perhaps those services used to be offered there? I can't understand why they don't just set up in the business to take advantage of the already passing trade. You know, "give the customer what they want." :)


Blogger NiC said ... (18:52) : 

Thanks for the background Ems.... an even better story than we originally thought!


Blogger Ham said ... (23:50) : 

Yes, thanks Ems! well found.


Blogger Cheltenhamdailyphoto said ... (01:52) : 

lol very funny! Ooh i bet with all those knockings they were up and down like a whore's doors.


Blogger Cheltenhamdailyphoto said ... (17:49) : 

LOL Nic...methinks...


Blogger Olive said ... (01:57) : 

That is SO FUNNY!! Did you just find it when passing by or did you know it was there?


Blogger Lunar Chick said ... (22:49) : 

I actually had a friend who lived there and I'm always walking down there and I never noticed this!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (16:16) : 

That is quite hilarious. And most unfortunate.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (20:04) : 

Years ago (10+?) I used to walk down Meard St on the way to work, well before that sign was put up, obviously, and on nice summer days the working girls would all be sitting in the open windows in their underwear. Maybe half a dozen brasses.
It's been years since the building changed hands.
Some johns have long memories, I suppose.


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