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The 'Lupanar of Pompeii' features a number of old wall paintings which show explicit scenes. The famous brothel, which once had ten rooms, was popular with men before the Roman city was wiped out in 79AD.
It is believed the paintings, which depict group sex and many other acts, indicate the various services on offer. Each one of the ten rooms in the brothel contained a stone bed which was covered with a mattress where the prostitute would entertain clients.
It has been suggested however that the images on the wall are an idealised version of sex and that the reality for those living in the brothel was much more grimmer. Some researchers believe prostitutes in Pompeii were slaves and were not trained in any profession meaning they had no real alternatives for work.
She added: "Married men could sleep with anyone as long as they kept their hands off other men's wives. Despite being closed for more than 2, years, some holiday makers have attempted to re-christen the building, the Daily Mail has reported. Three French people were arrested in for trespassing after reportedly breaking into the site for a late night romp.
An eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD destroyed and buried most of the city under between 13 and 20ft of volcanic ash and pumice. The city's sudden burial actually protected it against vandalism, looting and the destructive effects of climate and weather.