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Hoxton Honey ONE FOR THE RUNNERS

Anna Span

Runtime: 22 min.


Lucia has always wanted to work in television, but she had no idea she would spend the first couple of years sweeping the floors of a post production house in Shoreditch under some wanker of a boss. Unbeknownst to him, she spits in his tea before handing it to him. She was, however, spotted by one of the company’s biggest customers, Tony, who sympathises with her position, as he started off as a ‘runner’ too. She has always had a bit of a crush on Tony, he treats her well and she is more than happy to get to know him better. So she does, all over the table in the waiting room. When Steve her boss catches them, she asks Tony to get him to lick her asshole out, which he does. In fact she can have what she wants. They all end up doing a bit of double penetration in front of their colleagues, who simply carry on playing pool in their break.




Movie Title: Hoxton Honey
Production Date: 02/2004
Studio: Anna Span
Custodian Of Records Information:
A. Arrowsmith
1006 E. Elizabeth St.
Pasadena, CA 91104





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