Colombian authorities warn rich, horny tourists might be getting less "bang" for their buck

sex 09/11/2017

Remember news about that Colombian "sex island" a month or so ago? 

Unlimited drugs and sex, two chicks for every guy... the Disneyland for every hedon with an interest in vagina and narcotics? Well, it all goes down in a couple weeks.

However, there looks to be a pretty large spanner in the debauchery fest's success, namely Colombian authorities have vowed to deport any tourists who arrive in the country for the "Sex Island".

"Sex Island" goers have been promised half an hour stints with sixteen girls at once, 24 hours with two women to "satisfy their every needs.


Ooosh. That is problematic.

The exclusive holiday with a big pricetage ($5000 US) is run by a group called Good Girls Company, and it is set to take place on November 24-27th on a mystery Caribbean Island. Despite the threats from Colombian law enforcers, the company is steaming ahead with their plans.

 

With 60 high class prostitutes signed up for the holidays, there were only 30 tickets available two of which have reportedly gone to high profile pop stars (one British, one American).

At Good Girls our goal is to turn your fantasies into reality. Your companion will please you and treat you like a king.


"Sex island" goers have been promised half an hour stints with sixteen girls at once, 24 hours with two women to "satisfy their every needs."

“At Good Girls our goal is to turn your fantasies into reality. Your companion will please you and treat you like a king.”

The website adds: "All meals, transportation, spa pass, horse riding, VIP night cluv experience, bottle of champagne, horse riding, helicopter tour, extras, events, tours, and of course your executive villa are included."

However authorities are mad pissed about the sex island experience holiday. The local mayor, Sergio Londono took to Twitter saying; "Unacceptable that they want to sell us as a sexual destination. That is not the tourism we represent."

The organisers have been told they will be arrested, but show no signs of slowing down...

And Colombia's interior minister Fernando Nino has also expressed the sex tourism holidays need official permission to run. Explaining: "This does not respond to policies against sexual offences, sexual abuse, pornography and for that reason we would not give it authorisation."


The organisers have been told they will be arrested, but show no signs of slowing down... 

We'll keep you posted.