Playboy To Build A Zero-Gravity ‘Pleasure Hub’

It seems as if Playboy had enough of parties at The Playboy Mansion, Night Clubs in Las Vegas and publishing magazines. If not that then how would you justify their move to build a “Pleasure Hub” in Space? Now, you might be confused or might be thinking that we are gone out of our mind, but trust us nothing like that has happened and whatever we’ve published here is true. Playboy together with Prophet Thomas Frey from the Davini Institute and previous NASA scientist Stan Kent will be expanding their reach and this time around they are going to space, suggested the reports. Playboy writers Jason Harper and A.J. Baime also printed 5 drawings of what a totally theoretical intergalactic Playboy Club might look like. Considering the present economic scenario around the globe, the entire PR act seems shockingly terrific (apologies), but just like any of you we are also damn curious about the “humanoid roulette wheel,” nightclub “having trampolines on its walls and bunnies having jet packs” and “pleasure orbital domes”.

Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas Nevada

This new “Zero Gravity” space station features a classic wheel shaped design, which will have a restaurant having broad windows so that the diners could immerse in exceptional views. It will be close to the rotating part of the space station for including the gravity with will keep the dinner on guest’s plates.

The entertainment of the guests will be taken care by a casino where the guests will play roulette — which will have people as the ball, a windowless 0 gravity dance club, 0 gravity bungee jumping (we aredan’t sure how will it work ) and a secret “orbital pleasure dome.”

All that sounds too good to true, but you got to believe it when Playboy says it. So, let’s wait and watch this zillion dollar project from Playboy to take shape.