By Michael Kaplan New York Post
New York men who own penthouses have a lot of pent-up energy. And they’re ready and raring to release it.
Right now, as the pandemic eases and Wall Street bonuses are through the roof, finance-world princes — flush with cash — are out on the prowl for fleshy fun.
Take last month when a group of rowdy Deutsche Bank employees was axed after expensing the firm more than $1,000 for a night of naughtiness at Sapphire, a Midtown gentlemen’s club. The offense might sound outrageous, but their debauchery is hardly an isolated incident.
“Most people have lost two years of their lives due to COVID,” a nightlife insider told The Post. “They’re looking to make up for lost time. They have more money to spend than they know what to do with. I have a feeling that 2022 is going to be 2006 on steroids.”
The increased appetite for adult shenanigans has helped make Somewhere Nowhere, which opened last July on the 38th floor of the Renaissance Chelsea hotel, a prime nightclub destination for the rich and horny finance crowd.
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