Hundreds of swingers are taking part in four-day sex-fest that includes a mobile dungeon and bondage demos.
Up to 200 VERY happy campers descended on fields near Grantham, Lincolnshire, on Friday to take part in Swingathon, which was almost cancelled earlier this week.
Couples who paid the £200 for a ticket will be able enjoy adult bouncy castles, a mobile dungeon, and participate in wet t-shirt competitions – all said to be “Covid compliant”.
Kinky guests are invited to sleep in luxury four-person yurts, and enjoy hot tubs, a naked singer, fetish demos and enter a Miss and Mr Swingathon 2021 competition.
The ‘what’s on’ guide for the adult-only camp planned from Thursday to Sunday lists other activities such as face painting, burlesque, cigar bars and a Linkin Park tribute band.
According to the Swingathon website, there is also a BDSM demo, a sweet bar, outdoor cinema, and clay pigeon shooting.
The event is able to go ahead due to relaxed Covid restrictions.
Under the latest government guidance, the number of people who can attend an event is determined by how many visitors a venue can safely accommodate.
Large-scale events can take place outside Covid-secure venues, such as in a garden or private home.
Regardless of the type of venue, restrictions on face coverings, social distancing, table service and singing and dancing must be observed.
One guest said the event, hidden among fields off the A52, is being heavily patrolled by security guards.
“There is a lack of loos and washing facilities, and no social distancing so it isn’t Covid safe,” he explained.
“Everyone was asked to take a test so that doesn’t worry me. It’s all pretty well spaced out.”
A man who answered the phone on the number connected to the event website said on Friday: “I don’t have to tell you anything.”
After a meet and greet on Friday, randy guests headed to a beach party today.
Guests were asked to take a lateral flow test 48 hours before arriving at the site.
The ticketed event is only open to swingers who have three personal verifications on their Fabswingers profile, the website said.
Ticket holders were only given the location after booking, and can only leave for emergency reasons, according to information provided online.
A spokesperson for North Kesteven District Council said: “A licence application was correctly issued, for a bar and regulated entertainment up to 11pm in association with what was described as ‘private camping for a private camping club’.
“So long as the event is conducted within the restrictions of the Temporary Event Notice in place, and in a lawful manner, there is nothing more for the Council to do in respect of this event.
“Ultimately the event organiser is responsible for ensuring the event is compliant and runs safely.”