Post link 06 July 2015, 18:56
Villagers outraged as three-day SEX FESTIVAL boasting 'Three is the magic number' turns up

22:02, 5 JULY 2015 BY IZZY FERRIS mirror.co.uk

With its teepees, Portaloos and a double-decker bus bar Swingfields 2015 looked every inch a mini-Glastonbury

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Swingfields Festival

Festival season may be in full swing but one village was outraged to find the one on its doorstep was rather more swinging than most.

With its teepees, Portaloos and a double-decker bus bar Swingfields 2015 looked every inch a mini-Glastonbury.

But wellies were not the only rubber attire in evidence and the headline acts were sexual rather than musical. Organisers boasted “three is the magic number” and put a limit on the number of single men allowed to attend to ensure “everybody has a great weekend”.

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A pair of woman's pants on the ground at Swingfields Festival in the Forest of Dean

Like most festival-goers, the 500 revellers wore wristbands to access all areas – each colour indicating a sexual ­preference.

The three days of merrymaking featured live music, sex toy stalls and hot tubs.

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General view of the Swingfields festival in the Forest of Dean

Underwater romps were banned and the dress code was strictly “bottom halves covered in the festival arena”, though at least one pair of worn, lacy knickers lay discarded on the grass.

Tickets for the sell-out bash were £165 and its location in the small village of Flaxley, Glos, was only revealed 48 hours before it started.

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General view of the Swingfields festival in the Forest of Dean

But residents said they had no idea about the unusual nature of the festival before it swung into the neighbourhood. One said: “It was quite a shock when we went down to the gates on Thursday night to ask them to keep the music down.

“When we saw a banner with the words ‘3 is the magic number’ and a variety of interesting images we knew this wasn’t just your usual music festival.” Another said: “This is taking it too far. It’s just wrong on a moralistic ground.” A third blasted the event as “just repulsive”.

Organisers could not be contacted.


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