Men hire `superflirt` to make partners jealous
A woman says she gets paid £50 an hour to flirt with boyfriends and husbands to make their spouses jealous.
Rachel Bailey from London, says: `It is a simple idea and it works like a dream. It`s a service for any husband or boyfriend who feels his partner has stopped paying him enough attention.
`He tells me where he will be with his wife or girl at a certain time and then I turn up and flirt with him outrageously.
`The unsuspecting spouse has no idea what is going on. More often than not she is overwhelmed by the sight of her man winning the attention of another women. It`s amazing what a bit of jealousy can do for a relationship that has hit the rocks.
`I have had some great feedback so far and it seems that the service has worked extremely well.`
Rachel dreamed up her business venture after one of her ex-boyfriends was chatted up by another woman reports The Sun.
She says: `I felt really possessive and threatened by the other girl. But deep down it felt good to know that someone other than me found my man attractive.`
She launched her service in the summer by placing a small advert in a local newspaper in North London, pictured above.
Since then she has been swamped by business. Rachel is now so busy that she is planning to take on other girls to cope with demand. She even hopes to try out the service on gay couples.
Rachel, from Chelsea, South-West London, adds: `Most of my clients are rich City gents who are looking to put the spark back in their relationships.`