HARD up Brazilians have been forced to scrap a sex-themed amusement park complete with penis shaped dodgems because they can't afford it to get it up and running. The park would have banned thrill seekers from having sex, but plans were put in place for nearby motels if guests wanted a fumble in the jungle. But plans have now been scrapped due to the recession in Brazil, according to Daily Star Online. Soft Love, who ran the project with a group of businessmen, told the website: "For now, the park project has been postponed in the reason of the current economic plus political crisis that Brazil has been facing. But the company revealed they have been plugging sex toys and lingerie across Brazil and have opened a store in Miami City. The plans for ErotikaLand, which also would have boasted a snack bar selling aphrodisiacs, were first announced last year and it was due to open next year in Piracicaba.
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A sex-themed amusement park is set to open in Brazil
By Natalie O'Neill. ErotikaLand — set to open in two years in the small southern city of Piracicaba — will also feature a snack bar that sells aphrodisiac treats, a nudist pool and a naked water slide. But the businessman behind the adults-only park insists it will have a strict no-hanky-panky policy. Plans for the sex-centric tourist trap have climaxed in a heated debate over whether it will lure creeps and perverts to the area. The sprawling park remains set to open in , creating new jobs, Morata said.
Plans to open the world's first "sex-themed amusement park" have been halted, for now. According to the article, the park would have featured a number of X-rated attractions, including a sex playground, a 7D vibrating cinema, a "train of pleasure " featuring go-go girls and a nudist pool. The company leading the project, Soft Love, had said that sex itself would not have been permitted in the park, but Mauro Morata, who was one of the businessmen in charge of the project, said, "If attendees want to take things to another level, they can go to a nearby motel—which we will operate. There was hope when plans for the park were announced two years ago that ErotikaLand would have helped inject some money into Brazil's struggling economy by attracting tourists from all over the world.