Staxus says: London and New York aren’t the only places in the world to have plush office blocks, Prague boasts its own civil engineering achievements too, as director John Smith is clearly eager to prove in the opening moments of this sexy little number.
What’s more, Czechia’s capital has more than its fair share of divinely handsome young men, Bjorn Nykvist and an impressively muscular handyman, Rob Nielsen, amongst them. To be fair, there’s something almost comical about the opening section, Nielsen spotting someone injured on the local railway line, then spying on the young fellow through binoculars as he’s carried away to safety.
But it serves as a pleasant enough intro to the main action, as Nykvist expresses his admiration of Nielsen’s physique, which in turn leads to the two buddies falling into a passionate embrace. Of course you don’t need to be Miss Marple to appreciate where all this is headed; and soon Nykvist is down on his knees to take full advantage of the workman’s now grossly swollen ramrod.
What’s more, having then engaged in a little bit of docking fun together, Nielsen is soon replicating the display by feasting on Nykvist’s arguably over-generous member. All of which leads nicely to a heady display of flip-flopping madness, first Nykvist hammering the point home in Nielsen’s hairless arse, then Nielsen returning the compliment like a wound-up sex machine.
Given the intensity of the encounter it’s not surprising that both lads are soon creaming like fury, a turn of events that leaves them exchanging a sloppy, cum-induced smooch.
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