A four-day controversial event offering ‘unlimited sex and alcohol’ will be back this month – almost a year since it returned following the Covid lockdown.
Organised by the Good Girl Company, Sex Island, an erotic orgy event at a Las Vegas resort, has announced it is to re-open its doors from May 5 to May 8.
The debauched long weekend promises its guests weed, unlimited alcohol and even sex ‘without a condom’.
For three nights, attendees will ‘have unlimited sex with two girls’ as well as ‘sexual activities’ featuring strip Blackjack, Horseback riding and a Holographic concert, the Daily Star reports.
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Advertising the event, the company says “we are a company dedicated exclusively to entertainment for men” but adds it is “couple friendly, and you can definitely come with your Husband/Boyfriend/Partner”.
Despite previously being in a variety of luxury locations such as the tropic island Margarita, off the coat of Venezuela, the event returned following the pandemic last year and was restricted to American only sex seekers in Las Vegas.
Now the erotic show has again returned and will be selling 50 tickets for 50 guests, and each ticket includes an “unlimited amount of sex during the four-day trip.”
To attend, sex-seekers will have to fork out £3,582 to bag themselves a spot when they will then be picked up at the airport and taken to a private location.
Good Girls Company said its girls are all STD free and offer on-site and immediate HIV and STD testing if required.
Despite the controversy, previous attendees appear to be thoroughly satisfied by the experience and seemed eager for its return after celebrating their stag dos there, reports the Daily Star.
One man wrote: “I just wanted to thank sex island and your staff for making my private Bachelor party for me and my friends truly amazing. 5-star service and 5-star girls!”
Another added: “This Trip Will definitely go down as one of the most memorable experiences in my life. Thanks to Sex Island.”
A third said: “Visiting sex island has brought back that spark, me and my wife were missing in our relationship.
“We truly appreciate all the fantastic Sex Island girls. Everyone was so sweet.”
Organisers have previously insisted that the four-day event is completely legal although it has attracted fierce opposition from critics, who have branded it “creepy” and “disgusting”.