A disabled Dutch man who is allowed to claim a monthly sex allowance can't find a willing prostitute.
He should be reimbursed by his council for any money he spends on sex workers.
But he says he can't find a prostitute who will give him a receipt.
The man said the prostitutes are worried about declaring taxable income to the government according to De Telegraaf news paper.
The man fought a seven-year battle to win a 1997 court ruling and is allowed to claim a maximum of 100 a month.
He said visiting a prostitute means he has to use less medicine and that each visit gives him peace and rest.
Story filed: 11:48 Monday 11th August 2003