World’s largest brothel internet hosting England followers at Euros ‘is filled with Chinese spies’

The world’s biggest brothel is set to be taken over by England fans during Euro 2024 – but it’s said to be full of Chinese spies.

Three Lions supporters struggling to find a place to stay during the tournament in Germany have booked out 120 rooms at Pascha. The 12-storey, 9,000 square metre sex club boasts around 120 sex workers and has up to 1,000 customers every day.

But now reports claim a Chinese woman owns the building in Cologne and there are spies living on the ninth floor. This has raised fears that England fans could find themselves being caught in compromising situations – aside from the ones normally to be expected in a massive brothel – or even efforts to recruit them as secret agents.

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German newspaper Bild says it has seen messages that show lawyers under investigation for helping wealthy Chinese clients wanting citizenship were linked to Pascha owner Jing Hu, 46. She bought the sex club for £10million in 2021.

Stefan Bisanz, a German security expert, said Chinese spies had been active in his country. He said: “The British fan is more likely to become a victim than the normal citizen who knows the area.”

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Pascha brothel in Cologne, Germany

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Gareth Southgate’s side face Group C rivals Slovenia at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne on Tuesday, June 25. Football fans booked rooms at Pascha after they realised it was much cheaper to stay the night in a brothel than at a hotel or bed and breakfast in the west German town.

Pascha has laughed off the claims that it’s a hotbed for undercover Chinese operatives by offering a “discount for spies” promotion. A spokesman said: “England fans always have a good time with us and our waiters are always grateful.

“We can’t wait for England supporters to come and pay us a visit in Cologne.”