British VIP’S Sex Orgy

Lawyers, city brokers, fashion models, aristocrats, politicians, corporate directors, and Prince Andrew’s female bodyguard were amongst the 300 swingers to gather a London mansion of Saturday to enjoy what was meant to be a secret VIP Sex orgy.

Sarah Cox, 26, also guards Prime Minister Tony Blair whenever he spends time at Chequers, the PM’s official country residence.

Cox and her boyfriend, PC Bernard Bourdillon, were hired to take care of security the mansion where couples paid £150 to enjoy a romp in a specially designed 20 x 14 foot steel-reinforced bed.

It wasn’t long before Cox and Bourdillon decided to throw off their own clothes to get a piece of the action themselves during the first orgy of 2005 organized for members of an elite swinger’s society that’s open only to the rich and famous throughout the world.

What Cox and Bourdillon didn’t know was that one of the UK’s tabloids had sent undercover reporters to film the scene as naked men and women got together on the pink satin covered bed and any other available surface. Whilst chatting with reporters they admitted to borrowing police metal detectors to search guests with.

The couple could now face disciplinary action.

Shame on them! You can’t just ‘borrow’ police property as and how you see fit and with the money the orgy arrangers have, they could quite easily have bought their own.

But, as much as what Cox and Bourdillon did was wrong, the reporters who ‘mingled’ with the guests were invading other people’s personal privacy and that, surely, is equally as wrong? Since when did what consenting adults do “beneath the covers” (or atop the marble tables) become a concert of the general public? Exactly what consequence could possibly justify other people’s sexual preferences being treated as ‘news’?

A sickening desire for sensationalism combined with an unhealthy smattering of jealousy is the most obvious answer.

The tabloids appeal to a section of society that’s generally unable to enjoy the luxuries of VIPs so what could be better than to publicly humiliate those we envy? Reversed snobbery, plain and simple.

Apart from the use of police property, nothing was reported that might not have happened in any street, in any town, in any country. There was no proof that illegal drugs were taken and no minors were involved. What then, was the problem?

Reporting the misconduct surrounding the metal detectors would be considered acceptable practice. To quote what was said by guests at the ‘party’ when they had no idea they were even being interviewed is inexcusable but to print stills from the secret film as well, that’s despicable.

And to think stories like these sell newspapers!


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