Police raid illegal Thai orgy and find ‘sweating middle-aged British men’

A group of ‘sweaty middle-aged British men’ were caught with young women when police raided an illegal orgy at a hotel in Thailand. Pictures from the Tulip Hotel in Pattaya, which has been dubbed the sex capital of the world, show 18 men from around the world covered up with towels, on Saturday.

District Sheriff in the Banglamung area of Pattaya said: ‘We received a complaint about the Tulip Hotel. We were told they organised sex parties at the weekends. ‘The site was hosting parties for those who prefer sex that involve exchanging partners. ‘To attend the event, participants had to register through a website. There was a rule that party members must be male and female couples.’

He said the cost per night was 1,500 baht (£35) per person. Hotel owner Sheng Liao Yang, 53, from China, was arrested on suspicion of running the hotel without a license and hosting the illegal sex parties. The British men were also joined by Americans, Germans, Canadians, Australians, Russians and Chinese revellers who were all questioned and released, according to local reports.

The Tulip Hotel has 30 rooms over four floors, with one floor dedicated as the ‘play zone’ – where most of the men were caught. Images also showed condoms, lubricants and sex toys around the building, which were collected as evidence.

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