However, this soothing service is no more, since officials have recently opted to shut it down.

Police cited worries that it could be a ‘front for prostitution’, and hastily put an end to the intimate snuggle sessions – a month after the house opened.

Speaking to Metro, Madison assistant attorney Jennifer Zilavy said when she first heard about the set-up she immediately thought it would lead to prostitution. “There’s no way that will not happen,” she explained. “No offense to men, but I don’t know any man who wants to just snuggle.”

Well played, Jennifer. Well played.

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