A notorious holiday package offering unlimited sex with prostitutes and a 'drug friendly' policy has been moved to a new Caribbean location after Colombian authorities banned it.
The 'Sex Island Experience' by Good Girls Company was scheduled to take place near the city of Cartegena, but authorities banned the event and immigration officials vowed to bar anyone attempting to travel to the country for the event.
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Scheduled for November 24 - 27, the package is advertised as including unlimited food and alcohol, along with two 'girls' for every customer and one 30 minute session with 16 prostitutes at once.
Organisers claim the event is not cancelled as previously reported, but has been moved to a new, secret island.
"The event is not on Colombia [sic]. The location has changed, all our clients are aware of the location change," a spokesperson told The Sun.
"The location for the event is in a private island off the coast of a Caribbean country... We have all our permission and business licences to hold this event at our new location."
As the new location hasn't been disclosed, drug and prostitution laws at it are unknown.
The Sex Island Experience website states that after purchasing a ticket for US$5000, customers will be notified of which airport they need to travel to on November 24.
"Our event allows for all types of drug consumption and our girls are drug friendly," the website states.
"All our girls are tested and free of any sexual diseases. There is a strict condom usage policy, and we have an unlimited amount of condoms."
Sex Island Experience organisers have also claimed a 'high-profile British pop star' with multiple number one hits and a 'mainstream' American pop singer are among those who have bought tickets.
The spokesperson told The Sun that the Good Girls Company is planning a similar event for New Year's Eve.