Horst Wenzel, known as ‘Mr Flirt’, launched a workshop called ‘How to fall in love in Germany” following the huge numbers of migrants arriving in the nation.
Mr Flirt’s tips are designed to help asylum seekers adjust to the German way of life by winning the hearts of women across the country.
One Syrian refugee on the course claimed: “Some German women are a bit racist towards us.
“They don’t know how refugees think or how they are living.”
Last week Mr Flirt held his third class and with almost a dozen people already attending, news of the workshop is slowly getting around.
Mr Flirt suggested taking a woman to a theatre or a cinema for a first date, and avoiding cliches when it comes to compliments.
Among his suggested lines are: “I really love the scent of your perfume,” or, “You have a beautiful voice.”
He warned against coming on too strong after one of the attendees took a try, saying: “I love you. Can I sleepover at your place?”
But Denzel coached him: “Don”t tell them you love them at least for the first three months of your relationship, or they”ll run away. German women don”t like clinginess.”
The classes have been well received by many of the refugees who have attended so far.
Kadib al Ban said: “We are really benefiting from the class – the teacher is telling us how German women think, how to talk to them and understand their traditions.”
Another participant said: “There are a lot of differences, not only the culture and religion — we just don”t have this total freedom at home”.
It’s not just flirting tips that Wenzel specialises in – he’s also teaching the class about sex, which has apparently caused some embarrassment.
Mr Flirt told the participants: “Men and women have sex all the time — on the first, second or third date, that”s normal.”
“It”s not a big deal in Germany.”
Tensions between Germans and migrants have flared in recent months as the country adjusts to the significantly increased migrant population.
On Monday, an Afghan migrant was allegedly attacked by two guards from his asylum home in Berlin, while last week a Syrian man was arrested in southern Germany for reportedly planning to carry out a terror hit.
Last New Years Eve, sexual assaults were carried out by mobs of immigrants in cities across Germany, which German police estimate involved 2,000 men and resulted in 1,200 attacks.