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A blog post still appears on its website advising users to “be careful with taxis during the Mobile World Congress of Barcelona.” It goes on to advise that taxi drivers with passengers asking to go to a brothel will often drive to a different one, which charges higher rates.
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Escorts and prostitutes flock upon Barcelona’s hotels and bars as the huge mobile trade show takes place each year as they look to take home top-price rates from wealthy business people.
That’s not all, according to two Facebook users commenting on the billboard photo posted by MWC-goer Helen Keegan, the Apricots escort agency website also used the official GSMA Mobile World Congress logo on its website, with a banner-type ad stating: “We are ready.” The GSMA, which organizes MWC, has now “taken action” on the unauthorized use of its logo and branding on the website, according to Facebook user Maria Shiao Di Francesco.