Sydney: Brazil's one million licensed prostitutes are reportedly preparing to cash in at the upcoming FIFA World Cup, where more than 3.7 million soccer fans are expected to pour in.
Although prostitution is legal in the South American nation, government officials will reportedly be monitoring the prostitutes, especially the underage sex workers.
According to News.com.au, a number of workers from the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte are getting English classes from a volunteer to cash in on the six matches the city's Mineirao stadium will host, so that they interact with customers in nightclubs.
The prostitutes of Belo Horizonte will also be accepting payment on credit card during the tournament, while the report mentioned that a massage parlour near a city airport is reportedly offering a limousine service and hiring English speakers
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