August 23, 2017

Insurance company puts on sex orgy for sales staff

Now that we know Ergo put on a sex party for staff, it makes us look at their adverts in a whole new light.

One of the worlds biggest insurance companies has admitted that it put on a sex orgy party to reward high performing salesmen.

Ergo, which is a division of Munich Re, the worlds biggest re-insurance company, put on the sex party in 2007, but details have only just emerged.

The gathering was held in the Hungarian capital, Budapest and 100 of the highest performing salesmen along with senior managment were invited. Ergo hired 20 prostitutes for staff to do “whatever they liked with,” at the thermal baths complex on the river Danube in the centre of Budapest.

It is reported in German newspaper, Handelsblatt, that the prostitutes had worn colour-coded arm-bands designating their availability, and the women had their arms stamped after each service rendered.

Guests were able to take the women to four-poster beds at the spa “and do whatever they liked”.

“After each such encounter the women were stamped on the lower arm in order to keep track of how often each woman was frequented,” the paper quoted a participant as saying.

“The women wore red and yellow wrist bands. One lot were hostesses, the others would fulfil your every wish.

“There were also women with white wrist bands, who were reserved for board members and the very best sales reps.”

A spokesman for Ergo has confirmed that the party did take place, but they were quick to point out that the mangers responsible for organising it have since left Ergo’s employment.

Ergo also said that the sex orgy was “not the usual way they rewarded employees.”

Newswarped is a little confused by all this. Since the orgy was put on for ‘salesmen,’ what did Ergo do to reward the high performing saleswomen? Or is it just one of those companies with an old fashioned sexist employment policy, where women get to be secretaries and give the ‘men’ something to look at, while they do important ‘man’s’ work.

Regardless of what we might think of the morals of a company providing a sex orgy for its staff, it certainly does blow the myth out of the water a bit that insurance companies are formal stuffy places to work.