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What would you do if a punter died on you?

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If a punter was to croak it would you call the old bill and tell them the truth or would you call the old bill and think of a different reason why he is with you or would you relocate the body?

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Why won't you just tell us. No doubt you have squashd a few.

LOL, she did say " died ON you". :P

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Why won't you just tell us. No doubt you have squashd a few.

Mikey, Is it a secret fantasy of yours to be sat on by a very fat lady? And maybe farted on too, and a smell of vindaloo???

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Doesn't it depend on the state he's in, if he's stark boll*k naked still with a hard on it might de difficult to get away with saying he was doing a house to house charity collection & just dropped down dead after a cup of tea.

from comments I've seen on a BDSM board, where such an occurance may be more common, the police are usually very sympathetic.

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Not really but thanks for the offer.

Mikeybubbledoodas, my squashing diary is full. Also, I dont eat vindaloo or fart. I had someone else in mind for you.

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Not really but thanks for the offer.

Have you never heard of the expression " Never look a gift horse in the mouth" :P

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What never?

Not in the presence of another person, not if I can help it of course :P

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I don't, I like horses I do.

Whatever rocks your boat but isn't that illegal???? :P

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A friend of mine who is a police offcier told me that this is not an unusal event. What the police do is say that that the person suffered a heart attack in the street - ie in that vicinity and was dead on arrival at the local hospital - to avoid any embarrassment to the immediate family.

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Whatever rocks your boat but isn't that illegal???? :P

Strangely enough, not if the horse is dead.

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Strangely enough, not if the horse is dead.

I've just spilled my baileys down my top PMSL

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This is the second time you have given me uncontrollable giggles.

By the way where is Vindaloo? I haven't seen him for a while.

He's hanging out with Ruby. Was here this morn IIRC.

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Once went with Sindy in Manchester who told me of her colleague who, on her first escort 'date' had a client die on her (or under her). Police were called and there was the embarrasing business of explaining to the man's wife what he was doing in an hotel with a girl less than half his age. 'Does it happen often?' the girl asked Sindy afterwards.....

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Yes there was a famous case - discussed on here several times before - where a punter died on the job. The girls dragged his body outside and pretended he had a heart attack on the street to prevent embarrassment for his family.

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I'll tell you what happens as it's happened to us.

One Saturday morning a client unfortunately had a heart attack and died whilst in an appointment with Crystal aka Fiona Wright. We called the police and they treated the unfortunate incident initially as a suspicious death due to the fact the client had not seen a doctor in the last 48 hours and was at location not known to his family.

The flat was closed for approx 72 hours until the PM revealed he had died of natural causes. Police statements were taken from Crystal, Nadine the other girl working that day and myself. Crystal had to attend the Coroners Inquest.

The police were professional at all times and sympathetic to both the circumstance of the death and everyone involved from the deceased family to Crystal.

At no time did we even consider moving the gentlemen or trying to hide anything, we had done nothing wrong and nor had he.

The Sun ran a small article in an effort to put their own unique sordid spin on events but it stopped there.

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A friend of mine who is a police offcier told me that this is not an unusal event. What the police do is say that that the person suffered a heart attack in the street - ie in that vicinity and was dead on arrival at the local hospital - to avoid any embarrassment to the immediate family.

. . . unless it is somebody well known! But more seriously no one should ever move the body other than to be able to get to a phone.

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If a punter was to croak it would you call the old bill and tell them the truth or would you call the old bill and think of a different reason why he is with you or would you relocate the body?

Turning the question around, I suppose if a gorgeous wg died on or under a punter during an outcall, he would be obliged to tell the police within 7 working days ...... ?:P:D

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Turning the question around, I suppose if a gorgeous wg died on or under a punter during an outcall, he would be obliged to tell the police within 7 working days ...... ?:P:D

I had an EE girl that had a bad asthma attack during an overnighter. Luckily everything was under control under an hour and normal service resumed, but it did bother me that I might be calling for an ambulance and not be able to supply her real name or details which could have been awkward.

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At no time did we even consider moving the gentlemen or trying to hide anything, we had done nothing wrong and nor had he.

Thats true. However I am not sure if the family of the client would think the same (in most situations). You already mentioned it was not a case with this particular incident, but what if it was?

To answer the OP question: I never had a clients die on me, but at times I wish they did. :P.

Seriously: If they did, I just do what the most people would: first aid (I was trained for it) and call the ambulance.

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Thats true. However I am not sure if the family of the client would think the same (in most situations). You already mentioned it was not a case with this particular incident, but what if it was?

To answer the OP question: I never had a clients die on me, but at times I wish they did. :P.

Seriously: If they did, I just do what the most people would: first aid (I was trained for it) and call the ambulance.

Well that would explain the bruises on the body!

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Well that would explain the bruises on the body!

Never mind bruises. The more difficult will be to explain: smudged lipstick around his mouth, and his breath smell of radishes, brandy and various nuts, especially when guy is teetotal and have a nut allergy. :P

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and have a nut allergy. :P

* Desperately tries to come up with snappy rejoinder, fails, and makes do with *

So he died of Annaphalluslick shock.

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This is the second time you have given me uncontrollable giggles.

By the way where is Vindaloo? I haven't seen him for a while.

*** Vin DaLoo waves at Mike *** :P

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'Once went with Sindy in Manchester who told me of her colleague who, on her first escort 'date' had a client die on her (or under her). Police were called and there was the embarrasing business of explaining to the man's wife what he was doing in an hotel with a girl less than half his age. 'Does it happen often?' the girl asked Sindy afterwards.....

No you silly girl replied Sindy a person only dies once

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