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Restaurant promoting sex in the bathroom

Everyone has heard about the Mile High Club (sex in an airplane bathroom), but what about the Lunch Time Quickie Club? According to The Toronto Star, a restaurant here in the city is encouraging customers to do the hanky panky in its bathrooms.

“We’ve always had little trysts in our bathrooms,” Donna Dooher, chef and co-owner of Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, told the newspaper. “We’re taking it to the next level on Valentine’s weekend.”

What’s particularly funny is that health inspectors are okay with it. “As far as bodily fluids, it’s pretty much similar to the other human functions going on in there,” they said.

I checked their menu and am pleased to report that this restaurant gets the official Sex, Bombs and Burgers stamp of approval since you can get at least two of the three there.

In a sort of related bit, the New York Post reports that Hooters is up for sale. The “breastaurant” chain - which originated the whole sex-meets-burgers vibe - could fetch up to $250 million U.S. by selling its 450 outlets around the world.

I must admit to giving a passing thought or two to having my book launch at a Hooters, given its two-thirds appropriateness to my subject matter, but decided against after figuring that I would like to have at least a few self-respecting women show up. (More on the launch soon, by the way.)

Anyhow, the chain is looking to sell because it has lost money on some ill-advised, non-restaurant ventures, such as its Hooters airline. Which brings us nicely back to the beginning of this post…

UPDATE: Wouldn’t you know it, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen has taken the whole thing back. After getting worldwide exposure for its sex-in-the-bathroom stunt, the restaurant got cold feet and called it all off. “We were just having a bit of fun and being playful,” the co-owner told The Toronto Star. Sounds like they were being a tease.

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