A furious wife has threatened to protest outside a brothel after her husband racked up a hefty bill there on a seven-hour sex bender.
The married man spared no expense during his lengthy visit to the Pentagon Grand on Australia's Gold Coast and even splashed out on a number of X-rated 'extras'.
But it seems he didn't want the romp to end after his time was up and went on to treat himself to more 'fetish and fantasy' action.
According to the brothel's owner, Suzanne Pfeifer, the man had ran out of money so tried to fork out for his continued pleasure via bank transfer.
But as it was stuck as a pending transaction, the bloke ended up biting the bullet and used a credit card instead.
After seven hours of hard work, the sex workers had to give up and said they were too tired to carry on, so the man finally left - with a $6,000 AUD (£3,100) bill.
Management explained that most people who visit the brothel only stay for a half-hour 'standard service'.
Unfortunately for this Aussie, his efforts to keep his explicit antics quiet from his wife didn't go to plan and she rumbled his extended romping session.
But instead of kicking him to the curb like the rest of us would, his raging spouse dragged him back to the Pentagon Grand to confront the brothel owners.
She claimed that her hubby had been 'drunk and on drugs' at the time and had no recollection of what had happened - a likely story.
But manager Pfeifer claimed that the bloke seemed perfectly coherent and had even successfully negotiated a discount with one of the ladies.
She told the Gold Coast Bulletin: "He's gone to great lengths to keep paying, plus he negotiated a discount for some of the fetishes and fantasies he ordered.
"Our girls are good negotiators, you would have to be very coherent to cut a deal.
"The only reason it ended when it did is because the girls were too tired and wanted to finish."
The wife has since vowed to stage a protest outside of the brothel after spotting the huge charge on the credit card.
Pfeifer said the situation is like 'blaming the casino for your husband gambling' and fears a demonstration could disrupt her business.
She continued: "We’ve told her she’s welcome to peacefully protest on public property, but if we have any concerns for safety we would have to call the police.
"My concern is that male clients walking in would not appreciate this and verbal altercations can quickly escalate.
"We have advised her to call the police if she believes her husband has been ‘ripped off,’ because she won’t listen to us."
The Pentagon Grand insisted it was 'not their problem' and that the wife should take the matter up with her husband.
Pfeifer added: "We are a legal business and this was a legitimate service with a legitimate charge.
"He knew what he was doing... he just got caught. If the woman is mad about the $6000, take it up with the husband - not us.
"It’s not fair that we’re the ones getting harassed … go bother him about it."
She concluded: "We don’t control his actions."
While carrying out sex work on the street is illegal in Australia, brothels are legal to operate in certain states. In Queensland the establishment must obtain a licence from the local government.Featured Image Credit: GoogleMaps/PentagonGrand