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Airport hotels are convenient for many travelers' needs. Fly-in meetings, long layovers -- they are, in short, the convenience stores of the travel industry. But a recent episode of unpleasantness at the JFK Sheraton Hotel, near Kennedy airport, proved somewhat inconvenient for five alleged male prostitutes who police say were attempting to ply their trade at the New York property.

Apparently the alleged gentlemen of the evening got stung in an NYPD vice enforcement division operation targeting male escort services. The officer in charge contacted the service over the Internet and arranged for escorts to entertain at a bachelorette party.

The men showed up -- including a 46-year-old guy clad in a sequined cowboy suit and sporting a 10-gallon hat -- and immediately got to work. The sequins came off, cash was exchanged and all five were thrown in the pokey.

Police said the hotel had been picked at random and was totally blameless in the matter. There was no word on the hat.


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