Last year, numerous celebs and models in China were accused of taking part in mass paid orgies during the Hainan Rendez-Voux Lifestyle and Yacht Show in Sanya, an accusation that many vehemently denied. Be that as it may, another similar party, that was allegedly even bigger and more illicit, has been exposed. This time the “den of debauchery” was located in a luxury villa outside the fifth ring road in Beijing.
The party was exposed by a netizen who stayed at the mysterious villa with friends over the October holiday (sorry, no details on how to get invited have been revealed). All the usual suspects were in attendance: Fu’erdai rich kids, celebs, sleazy multi-millionaires, female models, dudes with big muscles.
Photos uploaded by the netizen on October 29 show race cars, BMWs, Mercedes and many other luxury cars parked outside; most of which didn’t have number plates. Scores of people had already gathered in the villa an hour before it was to start; the outside pool was full of attractive women. When the party officially started (how does one “officially start” a party like this? With a gong?) many of the women changed into bikinis; some played in the water with the men while others danced on poles.
Meanwhile inside the villa, with the booze flowing, female and male hotties could be seen entertaining guests. The most “desirable women” were allegedly taken away to private rooms (what about the most desirable men?). Allegedly, some male guests went straight up to the bikini-wearing women and began to fondle them, without even the courtesy of a hello first!
As one can expect the pictures quickly went viral online and many have condemned the party for being a giant meat market for the super rich. Or maybe they’re just jealous they didn’t get invited.
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