Se.x workers are naming and shaming bad clients in a bid to warn fellow prostitutes which punters to give a wide berth.
The posts on a website include names, descriptions and even phone numbers of customers accused of being timewasters, making pervy requests or even being violent.
Others on the call-girls’ hitlist include clients who have even tried to extort money from the women, the Exeter Express and Echo reports.
They have all been filed on website Support and Advice for Escorts by fed up se.x workers in Exeter, Devon.
While men who have committed these transgressions may be annoyed at no longer being able to find a se.x worker who will take them on the city – they are likely to be more upset that their personal details are now publicly available online – possibly the ultimate sanction available from those who work in the industry.
Jessica201 took to the site to reveal details of a man who removed a condom during a session without her noticing.
xxAmyxx took to the site to reveal details of a timewaster she said was ‘back to the old tricks’.
She said: “He rings and makes an appointment asking if he can bring some boots with him.
“Shows up promptly, walks in, gives you a peck and then pretends he’s going to wretch ‘n’ throw up and runs out the door.”
xxAmyxxx included the man’s mobile number, minus two digits, and described him as “well dressed” and using “too much aftershave”.
AvaK revealed details of an attempt to extort money from a friend of hers in Exeter, writing: “She had a booking at 4pm and when he arrived said he has been sent by a local gangster who runs all the escorts in Devon.
“And all girls who work in Devon must pay a commission. He was about 5.5 really short, dark blond hair.”
She added: “She managed to talk her my way out if it nearly and only got away with paying £60 put he started by demanding £1000.”
Victoryrose revealed details of a client who threatened to rape her, and another who wanted to constantly text and talk to her before an appointment.
She said: “I let it go on for far too long and this morning I text him saying it is great to talk to him but that I am a busy person and unfortunately can’t text like this with every client, hope he understands.
“He texts back saying to forget it as he doesn’t like my attitude. I breathe a sigh of relief, cancel his appointment and move on.
“A few minutes later, my phone is going off every few seconds and I am getting a barrage of insults calling me a ****, a ***** and so on. I do wonder what he expected a prostitute to be?”
She published the man’s name and most of his phone number, saying he had a Devon accent.
Kay-darline revealed details of two clients who tried to scam her into free services, claiming they had already paid an agency. She included one client’s phone number and most of his EX postcode – the postcode for the city.
As well as exposing clients to avoid, se.x workers in Exeter also use the forum for advice – asking for suitable hotels to use.
One, who was looking to move to the area, asked for advice on whether Plymouth or Exeter is best for people in her line of work.
Tara Brook told her: “I do have a tendency towards Exeter to be honest, due to location as you rightly say, plus a lot of big businesses and companies based around it. There isn’t much in Plymouth, hotel wise, but quite a few options in Exeter.
“*****, if anyone’s touring, is expensive but the rooms are lovely and worth upgrading if you do have a few bookings and clients could discreetly get to rooms via the main bar,”
Parisb added: “Exeter though i think would be better as you have lots of surrounding villages, Plymouth is kind of at the end of nowhere and its harder to get to in that respect i think from a clients point of view.”