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We’ll shut down ‘Sex Island’ orgy, warn police

Rocking the boat: A
Sex Island advert
shows a raunchy
party but organisers
insist the holiday
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A ‘SEX ISLAND’ holiday could be raided and shut down when it kicks off in the US next month, authorities have warned.

The event, which offers unlimited sex with 100 women and bills itself as ‘drugs and alcohol-friendly’, has previously taken place on an island off the coast of Venezuela.

But this year it will go ahead at an undisclosed resort in Nevada — the only US state where prostitution is legal.

Offer: Good Girls advertise a sex-filled tour leaving from Las Vegas

Thirty men, including 13 Britons, have reportedly bought tickets costing £4,600 for the holiday, which starts on August 2. Guests are told to choose two ‘beautiful’ women each day for the four-day party, which includes topless quad-biking, horse rides and a ‘sexual helicopter tour’.

But organisers The Good Girls Company were last week warned by the US Drug Enforcement Administration that officers would raid the event and deport tourists if drug laws were being broken.

The firm’s website says the event is ‘alcohol and marijuana friendly’ and past holidaymakers have claimed cocaine and LSD were freely available.

The DEA stated: ‘If any illegal substances are found on the premises of your resort, the immediate shutdown of the event will be ordered.

‘All foreigners attending and caught handling illegal drug substances will be immediately taken into the nearest immigration detention centre and processed for deportation.’ The letter also warned of severe penalties if any prostitutes are found to be under 18.

A spokesman for Good Girls said: ‘The authorities are clearly getting nervous about Sex Island coming to the US for the first time, but they know they can’t stop us in Nevada so they are warning us about illegal drugs.

‘We have reassured our guests that they don’t have to be worried about being deported. Everything will be legal and above board.’

Organisers, who say they have a ‘strict condom policy’, will refund the guest who has sex with the most women.