Londoners may have the chance to visit the unique, futuristic shops – with clients wanting some of the world’s biggest movie stars on the menu.
But guests will have to go to the cafe to find out which celebrity sex robots are on the VIP list.
Celebrities such as Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke (2015 winner), Penelope Cruz (2014 winner), Scarlett Johansson (2013 winner) and Mila Kunis (2012 winner) could make an appearance – if Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive annual crowning is anything to go by.
Angelina Jolie was first crowned in 2004 when the saucy feature started.
Entrepreneur Bradley Charvet, who plans to open one of the bizarre sex hangouts in the future, says everyone is fixated on celebrities.
“Imagine your favourite celebrity in front of you”
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star Online, Mr Charvet said: “Imagine your favourite celebrity in front of you.
“You could touch her body and make some crazy sexual things with her.
“A dream come true because of us!”
Earlier this year, a graphic designer in Hong Kong created a robot that is the spitting image of actress Scarlett Johansson.
Celebrities fuel sexual desires because they play a huge part in real people’s everyday lives whether it’s from marketing the clothes we wear or acting in the films we watch, he said.
And film fans could being forking out a whopping £60 to be served by a celebrity of their choice.
“All humans are interested by celebrities, that’s how the world works,” he added.
“Celebrities are everywhere: in movies, newspapers, some of them are trying to provide peace in countries, others are posing for watch brands.
“In 2016, we are living with their faces close to use in our everyday lives. That’s why celebrities are a sexual target.
“In that point, there is a market, there is a business.”
The brains behind the Paddington sex robot café sponsored by BumPix said the cafe will be furnished with a red carpet.
Mr Charvet acknowledged celebrities must give their permission to licence their image.
He added: “Customers in London are waiting for us.”
Hollywood stars will have to give their permission for a sex robot to be made in their image.
Professor David Levy previously said there is the potential for celebrities to rake in mega cash but some stars will have “moral objections” to the idea.
Daily Star Online is not aware of any celebrities who have consented to license their image for a sex robot.
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