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Cheap drinks during "pappy hour" and brothel discounts are being offered to Catholic pilgrims as Australians chase the devout dollar during Pope Benedict XVI's visit. Alongside the official merchandise such as T-shirts, rosary beads and posters, there were some less wholesome offers. The Doncaster Hotel, near the site of Sunday's outdoor papal Mass, bills itself as "the closest pub to the Pope", and has replaced happy hour with "pappy hour" with cheap beer.
A spokesman for the Xclusive club, located near the Ranwick Racecourse where many events are being staged, said: "We have already seen an increase in business because of the workers and visitors who are here to see the Pope.
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