Escort sites spring up in Qatar as call girls charge up to £20,000 for randy Brit World Cup fans who risk 7yrs in jail | The Sun

WORLD Cup fans are risking up to seven years in jail by hiring high-class hookers to pose as their wives in Qatar. 

Bookings to Qatar-based call girl services are soaring – with prostitutes offering rates of between £10,000 and £20,000 to accompany soccer fanatics to matches and act as their partners.

UK-based sites are also offering the same service to cash in on the tournament.

An insider said: “It’s a bonkers risk, but some football fans will chance it.

“Sites are springing up every day in Qatar and the UK offering rates to go with them to matches and pose as their wives, as sex outside marriage is outlawed in Qatar.

“But if they are caught they and the prostitutes are risking years in jail, and there will be nothing the British Foreign Office will be able to do to save them as they will be bang to rights for breaking Qatar’s laws.”


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Sex outside of marriage and homosexuality are illegal in Qatar, where the tournament will be held, and each ­carries a prison ­sentence of up to seven years.

Working as a prostitute carries a typical jail term of at least three years under the state's strict Islamic code.

Women can be jailed for up to seven years and forced to endure up to 100 lashings if they are found guilty of engaging in pre-marital sex, known as zina.

Even rape victims can face prosecution if a suspect claims the sex was consensual – which sparked alarm bells for female footie fans.

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Figures show soccer stadiums become sex assault hotspots when booze-fuelled crowds flock to big games during tournaments.

But many supporters will still be willing to take the risk for the sake of female companionship during the World Cup.

Many of the escorts are based in Qatar’s capital of Doha, but are offering to travel and stay for days and weeks with punters.

They often cover up their faces on their online ads, with Western hookers offering to travel to Doha obscuring their faces in images to avoid authorities being able to prove they are working as a call girl if caught.

Rates are from 2,500 Qatari Rial per hour (£600) to small fortunes for long-term “companionship to coincide with the World Cup” according to one advert.

The escorts are also offering to wear the traditional abaya, a long black robe that covers the entire body to make them appear more authentic when posing as wives, with others offering to cover their hair.

Our insider warned the ploy is “extremely risky” as fake passports will have to be used to avoid jail as authorities will check partners’ names match when checking into hotels.

Football fans are also being warned one-night stands could lead to seven years behind bars in Qatar, with FIFA officials saying “no exceptions” will be made.

FIFA has said “all are welcome” at the tournament – but there is a growing concern that is not the case as there have already been reports of fans with different surnames being stopped from booking and sharing hotel rooms.

Nasser al-Khater, chief executive of the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar has said: “The safety and security of every single fan is of the utmost importance to us.

“But public displays of affection are frowned upon, it’s not part of our ­culture – and that goes across the board to everybody.”

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The Qatar Supreme Committee for the delivery of the 2022 World Cup also warned of the strict laws in place.

In a statement it said: “Qatar is a ­conservative country and public ­displays of affection are frowned upon ­regardless of sexual orientation.”

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