Posted on: 10,September 2018
When it comes to avoiding the business end of a nine milimeter, the six Ps will always stand you in pretty good stead. Proper Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance. Or to be more specific, Proper Preparation Prevents Premature Posthumous Parades.
Keeping safe for an escort is the same for pretty much everyone. It does not matter whether you are a normal everyday individual going about their life, a Madrid escort who meets strangers for a living or a professional close protection professional – a body guard. The only diference really is frequency or exposure to peak danger. If you are a ptrofessional high class escort who spends her working life walking into hotel rooms to meet strangers several times a day, then your peak exposure is greater than a normal person shopping in the mall. But risks are everywhere, all the time, for everyone.
If you do not keep your eyes open as a civilian, you can be mugged, run over, have your pocket picked, your bags stolen. Your car can be stolen or your house broken into. That is just the sort of shit that happens to everyone every day. But it can be reduced and mitigated. And the six Ps is where you start.
This chap could have done with a little more of those Ps. I spoted him in the most obvious spot. Wearing – I shit you not – a black boiler suit and ski mask while he waited for me. In a public car park. In an unconditioned car park. In the thirty five degree heat. If I had not been looking for him I would probably have smelt the sweat as he moved toward me. Always assuming I did not hear the squelching as the pools of sweat that had to be pooling in his arm pits and groin moved.
Well that was two reliefs – that I had spotted him and was dealing with an idiot – and one concern. Could someone have used a total dick head as a distraction from a real professional? I had to steadily check out the other hot spots to be sure. Have I mentioned that being me is a little bit of a pain in the arse sometimes? Even the simplest things take longer than you would expect. But taking the time to not cut my precautions short is probably better than having someone cut my life short.