A NEVADA sex worker says she’ll make £500,000 after offering discounts to randy UFO fans at the Storm Area 51 event.
Licensed prostitute Alice Little, a self-proclaimed alien enthusiast, insists she gives her punters an “out of this world” experience.
Nevada hooker Alice Little claims she is making a fortune from Area 51 punters[/caption]
The licensed prostitute is offering a 50 per cent discount during the Storm Area 51 raid event[/caption]
She has transformed her brothel suite into “Area 69,” where punters can enjoy an “alien abduction fantasy experience” including alien probing and an impregnation “adventure”, reports KTNV.
Alice, who works out of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch near Carson City, is advertising a 50 per cent discount during the bizarre Area 51 festivities.
She said: “I’ve got little lights that I’ve got set up so this way it’s different lighting than standard, I’ve got some alien sound effect type music playing in the background.”
Storm Area 51, the result of a joke Facebook post urging people to “raid” the secretive air base, has attracted thousands of revellers dressed in wacky UFO costumes.
The facility has long been the subject of wild conspiracy theories that the US deep state stores alien bodies and spacecraft there.
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Alice began advertising her discount – which lasts from September 20 until today – one month ago and she claims she has already recorded a six-figure profit.
She claims she could earn as much as £500,000 for the month.
Alice said: “I have guests looking to spend entire days, evenings and weekends with me, really diving all the way into this abduction headspace where they want to be immersed in it for 48 hours nonstop.”
In Nevada prostitution is legal at regulated brothels such as the Moonlite where the Bunny Ranch.
Revellers in alien costumes pose for the cameras near the Storm Area 51 raid event[/caption]
The Storm Area 51 event has attracted UFO enthusiasts from all over the US[/caption]
Several people have been arrested at the festivities[/caption]
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