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Inside sex and drugs parties linked to David Cameron and the Piers Gaveston Society

22:30, 26 SEP 2015 BY KEIR MUDIE mirror.co.uk

There are chains, candles and a dead pigs' head in the weird world of the sex and drugs club linked to the Prime Minister

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David Cameron: Inside the sex and drugs party

Chains eerily draped from a marble statue in the grounds of a country estate, candles in bottles on long outdoor dining tables – and dead pigs’ heads lying in the grass.

Welcome to the weird world of the secret drugs and sex club linked to Prime Minister David Cameron .

These are the first images from one of the debauched annual Piers Gaveston Society parties at the centre of the Pig-gate scandal.

Against a bizarre backdrop like this, Eton-educated Cameron is said to have indulging in a lewd act with the severed head of a dead pig.

He is also accused of taking drugs in a sensational book co-authored by Tory multi-millionaire donor Lord Ashcroft.

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Strange: Piers Gaveston party in 2013

A guest at numerous bashes hosted by the secret dining society at Oxford University revealed how he was bussed to the estate in our pictures.

Many of the toffs attending were dressed in classical togas and costumes for the annual post-exam bash, a Roman-themed party which, for some, became an orgy of drink, drugs and sex.

One year the theme was the Banquet of the Chestnuts, based on a sex party thrown by the notorious Borgia family in the early 16th Century.

Our source told us: “Even though I was at Oxford, I’d never seen anything quite like it.”

He revealed guests are hand-picked to make sure they have the ‘right stuff’ to take part.

He said: “It is based on connections. The men are all alpha males. With the women it basically boils down to hotness.

"They invite as many good-looking women as possible. There’s a lot of skimpy clothes. Women are encouraged to wear next to nothing.

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“You hear people eyeing them up, saying things like ‘she’d look good in a bodice’. It’s incredibly sexist and misogynist.”

Coaches pick the guests up from Oxford city centre before they are taken to the venue.

The source added: “A lot of them are absolutely hammered by the time they turn up. It’s a really weird sensation.

“Here you are, 18 or 19 or something, and you’re about to walk in to one of the most infamous parties in the world.

“There’s a lot of pent-up energy waiting to be released. It’s surreal. Normal rules are suspended. You’re allowed to really let go.”

The dinner kicks at off about 9pm as night falls and the guests at the estate walk along a freshly mown path leading through an avenue of trees.

“One of the years I went there was about a dozen pigs heads lining the path.” the source added.

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Chained statue: Piers Gaveston party in 2013


“There are statues draped in fetish gear.”

Marquees, sound systems, and lighting are all in place. There are tents, one is for drinking and has quite a big bar area. All the booze is completely free – but that’s not really what people are there for.

“You get a weird mix of drinks. Lager, warm white wine, just random stuff. And for some reason there’s always loads of rum. Another tent is for music. They usually have a couple of DJs on.

“Basically, you don’t need any money when you’re there. So any cash you do have with you is generally for drugs.

“I remember at one there was a dealer there from London and people were getting ripped off. They’re dealing with a less than streetwise audience.

“I overheard one dealer claiming he had taken £25,000 in one night. It’s when the drugs start to kick in that it really gets going.

"People are just openly taking it in the bar area or out and about in the grounds. There’s that feeling you can act without fear of any repercussions.”

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And then there is the sordid side that always goes down well with many of the Society’s toffs.

Our insider added: “One year, to spice things up, they invited performers from the Torture Gardens – probably the best known sex and fetish club in London.

“One of the women came on stage and started her act. I was in the audience. It was pretty out there.”

Among the audience, the toffs forge friendships they hope will pay off in their future high-powered careers.

“At Piers Gav you can see groups forming that will stick together,” said our source. “Some of the people there when I was went on to work in the City.

“You can see where they get their taste for excess and fast-living.”

He added: “These are the clubs that aren’t about connections, or leverage or pleasing anyone else – they’re about pleasing yourself. The Bullingdon is one. And the Assassins.”

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Our guest said the parties wind up at dawn when the music stops and coaches pick them up and take them back to Oxford. But not all make the bus.

He said: “I heard three lads woke up in the middle of a field wearing nothing but leather pants, desperately trying to ring a taxi, despite being almost naked and totally hammered.

"They were trying to explain that they were at a secret location.”

“On the coach one night there was one phrase that really summed the whole thing up.

"One skinny lad turned round and shouted out to everyone, ‘Has anyone seen Philip’s ketamine? He had them wrapped in yesterday’s Telegraph!’”

There are more than 40 separate ‘dining clubs’ at the university. Steeped in tradition, they are known for their codes of secrecy and tales of wild behaviour.

The Bullingdon, loved by Cameron, is the best known.

But now, thanks to a pig’s head, ‘Piers Gav’ – founded in 1977 and named after an exiled nobleman lover of Edward II – joins it in notoriety.


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