Which of Today’s Busted Madams Will Make the Cover of Tomorrow’s Post?

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Will it be the "sex slave madam" with the $2 million Queens mansion who had two sex dungeons disguised as nail salons on Long Island, which offered sex acts for $60 to $120 and advertised a "Stimulus Plan" in the front window?

Or the "ambitious Russian madam" who was busted for running a prostitution ring out of a handful of pricey Manhattan apartments, raking in from $30,000 to $50,000 a month from thousand-dollar services rendered by a high-end stable of hookers including a lingerie model, an elementary school geometry teacher, and an Olympic athlete?

Our money's on the latter; the former sounds a little too awful, and plus, busted Russians are so hot right now.