A prostitute waits for clients on a street in the outskirts of Moscow
A prostitute waits for clients on a street in the outskirts of Moscow April 25, 2009.

Spanish prostitutes are boycotting their usual banker-clientele by refusing their erotic services until they start lending to the lower Spanish classes and SMEs.

The largest association of luxury escorts - some costing a £250-an-hour - has gone on strike on sexual services to bankers indefinitely.

It allegedly began when one of the escorts, Lucia, forced her client into granting a credit loan simply by stopping a sexual service.

The girl was quoted as saying she simply wanted the banker to "fulfil his responsibility to society".

The Daily Mail spoke to a high-end escort known as Ana MG, who told them: "We have been on strike for three days now and we don't think they can withstand much more."

The spokeswoman for the trade association said the success is continuing to put pressure of the government and the Bank of Spain.

"We are the only ones with a real ability to pressure the sector," she said.

She also said that regular clients who earn their money banking have attempted to masquerade as architects and engineers.

She added: "But they don't fool anyone since it has been many years since these professionals could afford rates that start from 300 euro an hour."

The Spanish Minister of Economy and Competitiveness told Mexican news website SDPnoticias.com that negotiation was impossible.

In fact, there has not even been a formal communication of the strike - the escorts are making use of their right of admission or denying entry to...well, you know. So no one can negotiate