A City Centre health spa is looking to relaunch itself in order to boost its reputation in response to a series of poor reviews on TripAdvisor and Google.

The Mansel Street business is keen to rebuild their credibility and shake off the negative reviews they’ve received, which they believe have been written by internet trolls or wives, by implementing clever marketing strategies and Groupon deals.

Manager Theresa Connell said: “The trouble with the internet is that everything is laid out bare, well except for the ethics behind our recruitment policy and the girls’ faces.

“We need to be more ‘business minded’ and not just rely on pissed men wandering through the door for 30 shameful minutes, before they leave tearful and questioning their existence.

“We’ve been working on a number of catchy strap lines like ‘you can’t have morals without oral’, something which will open the minds of customers so they don’t have to worry about missing their child’s school play while they’re here.

“We’re also looking into Groupon as a potential way to get more people through the door, particularly targeting quiet periods in weekday afternoons. We’re thinking of maybe offering haircuts so men can tell their wives they’re off for a trim, a ‘blow and go’ type offer.”

Customer Pete Bowen said: “It’s Brexit that bothers me. I don’t mind paying for a good looking Eastern European piece, but once we leave the EU I’m worried there’ll be an influx of Penlan girls working there.”

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