Good Girls Company offering ‘unlimited sex’ holidays in Colombia
A SAUCY promotional video offers travellers the chance to have drug-fuelled orgies with prostitutes on a private island.
The raunchy clip by the Good Girls Company advertises the “sex island experience” which promises free alcohol, a relaxed attitude towards drugs and romps with a group of friendly prostitutes.
Frisky holiday-makers can enjoy the trip to the island, off the coast of northern Colombia, from November 24 to 27, The Sun reports.
The footage shows a young man cavorting on a luxury yacht with a bevy of semi-naked ladies he has paid to have sex with.
The promotional video is so X-rated, it has since been pulled from YouTube, Fox News reports.
As the man in the clip gyrates with the women, a caption appears on screen reading: “Unlimited sex included”.
The exhausting-looking holiday is also “drug friendly” and comes with “free booze”, according to the daring promo vid.
It appears the ladies in the clip are also “all inclusive” with the company explaining on social media that on day two, clients can have 16 girls at once — but only for 30 minutes.
And if romping with complete strangers makes you hungry — don’t worry, meals are also part of the saucy sex package.
The video shows the man gorging on food served on top of a naked table-shaped lady who has presumably been washed by a kitchen porter beforehand.
But despite the gentleman in the clip appearing to have the island to himself, the company said 30 alpha males will battle to win the hearts of 60 single prostitutes.
The Good Girls Company said: “We will have 60 hot women serving 30 clients; there will be two women for each of them (available) 24 hours a day.
“The price includes all meals these days.”
An informative itinerary explains that the group of tourists can enjoy a bonding-orgy together on the first day.
Once the ice has been broken, each romp-mad maniac will have the chance to enjoy the company of 16 women at once.
The third and fourth days feature parties on a luxury yacht for 100 people, complete with DJ.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.