Front Desk? Please Send a Bed-warmer To My Room. Thank You.

This winter has been unusually cold in Britain.  In response, three Holiday Inn hotels there are offeering to provide guests with bed-warmers.  Human bed-warmers.
If requested, a willing staff-member at two of the chain's London hotels and one in the northern English city of Manchester will dress in an all-in-one fleece sleeper suit before slipping between the sheets.

Holiday Inn said the warmer would be fully dressed and leave the bed before the guest occupied it. They could not confirm if the warmer would shower first, but said hair would be covered.

Link.  Pictured in the inset is a traditional English copper bed warmer.

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This is the kind of token "innovation" from a socialist state where the most ludicrously useless jobs are fully backed by government healthcare and whatnot. In the U.S. something as stupid as bed warmers would be laughed out of the boardroom and nobody would spend a dime for them.
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Alex would have been sexist if he said "don't send women" I think he just expressed what the rest of us guys were thinking.

What is the proper tip for a bed warmer? Do you pay more if the room is colder, or if the warmer has more heat?
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