Unlimited Sex Vacation with 60 Prostitutes Offered on Island in Colombia Faces Stringent Opposition
A group named Good Girls Company recently rolled out a 4-day unlimited sex vacation fueled by drugs on a luxury island in Colombia with 60 prostitutes. As one would expect, it is facing opposition and possible legal action.
| Published: October 12, 2017 9:17 AM IST
Published: October 12, 2017 9:17 AM IST | Updated: October 12, 2017 9:17 AM IST
There are all kinds of tour companies around the world who offer a variety of packages. Some appeal to family vacationers, others to honeymooners. Some are great for kids and others for adventurous young trekkers. However, there is a group named Good Girls Company which has rolled out a vacation package which one might consider obscene to say the least. The company is offering a drug-fueled 4-day luxury vacation on a Colombian island with 60 prostitutes and unlimited sex. That’s right. We couldn’t believe it either, but it’s real. An erotic video ad released by the company promotes this £1,100 holiday by showing men enticed by scantily clad women on a boat. The package is being sold as a 4-day sex fest with unlimited booze on a sex island. This “sex island” is located off the coast of Cartagena on the north coast of Colombia.
The ad shows a large number of bikini-clad ladies gyrating to music on the boat while the screen displays the caption – ‘Unlimited sex included’. This trip is being scheduled from November 24 to November 27. The website for this trip promotes activities like men eating things off the bodies of naked women, spending half an hour with 16 women at once, erotic massages, threesomes and luxurious parties with a hundred people and a DJ. It claims to offer clients a way to find their true self and live life the way they had always imagined.
Mercifully, this ad has been met with outrage from Colombian authorities. Law enforcers have even pointed out the possibility of the organizers facing arrest. While prostitution is not illegal in Colombia, pimping is. Services that are promoted in the video ad may be in breach of this law. Mayor Sergio Londono has tweeted: “Unacceptable that they want to sell us as a sexual destination. That is not the tourism we represent.” And Interior secretary Fernando Niño has said that such holidays would require official permission – which would not be granted. Not just that, tourists coming to Colombia for this event would need to be careful too as law enforcers will be on the lookout for them. Punters visiting the island for this event will likely be detained and those already on it for this cause may be thrown out.