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What precautions do you take when visiting a WG? I dont mean just wearing a condom. But do you do anything else?

Do you live your wallet behind, your work id badge, watch, iPhone, car keys....?

I am always paranoid about living something behind and leave as much id and valuables behind as possible. I always have the nightmare that I leave something behind and I get my phone answered with " ooh! ooh! david? ooh! he was ooh! here earl ooh baby! ier, buts he gone back to his ooh baby yes!, yes! girlfriend now" when the other half calls.

or is it just me?

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I take the payment + about £50,my punting phone,an A to Z,emergency phone numbers(incase the punt goes wrong and I need to find another girl)an underground map and a book to read on the train.I dont take any forms of identity certainly not my works ID. I must say of all the girls Ive seen(not that many) I have never felt unsafe in any situation,reading some of the posts from the girls the boot seems to be on the other foot.They will see a lot more men than you will see girls,so chances are they are more likely to see a dodgy character than you are.It pays to be careful on both sides but dont let it spoil your punt.

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I guess the only thing I do is not have excess cash - just enough for the punt.

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Many of my weekday punts are in between business meetings which means that I have briefcase, working papers, wallet, phone and id on me. One of the reasons why I tend to use walkups apart from the convenience of walking in without prior appointment is that none of my belongings are out of my sight. Even so, I go through an ocd type ritual before I leave to ensure that I have everything.

I have had both massage and escort sessions where I was asked to leave my things in a different room to where the action takes place and I felt very uneasy.

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No other precautions at all. But I never venture into dangerous areas.

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No other precautions at all. But I never venture into dangerous areas.

South of the waistband.

*nods wisely*

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Never punt without;

Risk assessment,

Method statement,

Full PPE,

Confined space working certificate.

Nominated first aider training.

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Never punt without;

Risk assessment,

Method statement,

Full PPE,

Confined space working certificate.

Nominated first aider training.

... and a clearly displayed Wet Floor Sign.

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... and a clearly displayed Wet Floor Sign.

Is this a warning or an instruction? :D

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Never punt without;

Risk assessment,

Method statement,

Full PPE,

Confined space working certificate.

Nominated first aider training.

And Permit to Work of course.

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Never punt without;

Risk assessment,

Method statement,

Full PPE,

Confined space working certificate.

Nominated first aider training.

And of course the toolbox talk before commencing the punt :D

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And of course the toolbox talk before commencing the punt :D

Only 110v or battery operated tools

and an induction course.

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Only 110v or battery operated tools

and an induction course.

And only after watching the instructional dvd by Rocco.

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What precautions do you take when visiting a WG?

Do you live your wallet behind, your work id badge, watch, iPhone, car keys....?

One Saturday, maybe five years ago, I visited a flat on Dumbarton Road, Glasgow. (£10 + £40) Next week I couldn't find my work name badge.

A couple of months later I returned to the same facility, for the same reason and afterwards, dropped something on the floor as I dressed. Got down on my knees to pick it up, and saw the glint of gold under the sofa! Yes, my badge still there!

Standards of cleaning in some of these places aren't what they ought to be!

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You will also, of course, need to memorise the fire drill. In particular, you need to be aware of the fire alarm signal, the escape route and the designated assembly point.

If the signal does sound then leave immediately and do not stop to pick up your possessions or to put on your clothes. :D

Responsible WGs should run a fire drill, with a randomly selected and unsuspecting punter, at least once a week.

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And Permit to Work of course.

Including emergency exit route to car. :D

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Only 110v or battery operated tools

and an induction course.

Shouldn't that be " a reproduction course ".

As mine are always classed as a business appointment ( i.e. they take place as a fictitious client meet. ) I leave everything except the fee and my car keys locked in the boot of the car. Hope it's never stolen on one of these occasions or I'd be more f***ked than during the appointment.

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And only after watching the instructional dvd by Rocco.

Only displayed in some establishments. :D

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What precautions do you take when visiting a WG? I dont mean just wearing a condom. But do you do anything else?

Do you live your wallet behind, your work id badge, watch, iPhone, car keys....?

I am always paranoid about living something behind and leave as much id and valuables behind as possible. I always have the nightmare that I leave something behind and I get my phone answered with " ooh! ooh! david? ooh! he was ooh! here earl ooh baby! ier, buts he gone back to his ooh baby yes!, yes! girlfriend now" when the other half calls.

or is it just me?

Nice thread. Yes, I do worry about my wallet, ID, credit cards. Sometimes, I am so paranoid that I think that whilst having sex a bloke (know to the escort) will stealthily walk in and steal my wallet etc. from my trouser (on the floor) pockets:eek: And if you do get that paranoid, you think: this woman must think there's something wrong with me:o If the lady is a regular then it becomes less of a problem; more pertinent to a first-time visit.

Nice thread:cool:

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I guess the only thing I do is not have excess cash - just enough for the punt.

^^Me neither; at least, I try not to.

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I sometimes wear a deep sea divers outfit or one of those suits to protect from radioactivity. :D

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i have always travelled to punt by car so can leave everything in the car, out of sight

except once in a hotel in London when I had everything in my briefcase - one thing to remember.

must be more if a problem if you use the tube so you have oyster card, wallet, and all the other stuff.

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Well I've never visited an indie, only established parlours in Edinburgh so precaution wise I don't feel I need to be particularly careful. I take my car and leave my wallet in there, take only the money for the punt plus an extra £20 or so in case of extras on offer and I take my phone in with me, just in case. Just in case of what I'm not sure, but I like to take it in anyway.

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I saw an older client a few times when I worked in an Edinburgh parlour. He brought a clear plastic sheet, 2 pairs of gloves for both of us, clear plastic poncho's complete with hoods for us both. He changed gloves between touching me and touching himself (obviously he was wearing a condom). Now that really is taking precautions!! He did tell me that he had caught something when he was a young lad in the navy so didn't want to take any risks.

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Went to a punt some years back and decided to leave my rolex in the car as i thought the sight of an expensive watch may tempt the girl to upsell me.

she tried anyway, now days i dont take any precautions, just wear a big smile as the door opens. sold the watch to use the money for better things

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