This 'Sex Island' Luxury Vacation Is So Damn Wild, It's Been Banned by the Colombian Government

“Unacceptable that they want to sell us as a sexual destination. That is not the tourism we represent.”
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(Good Girls Company)

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By now, you’ve probably heard about the insanely raunchy “Sex Island” vacation from Good Girls Company, where 30 lucky guests will fly out to a private island off the coast of Catagena, Colombia, and gorge themselves on more alcohol, sex, prostitutes, and hard drugs than their bodies can handle.

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On the 4-day drug-fueled vacation, guests will have their minds blown in wild sex sessions, spend 30 minutes with 16 prostitutes at the same time, and party on a luxury yacht where they’ll indulge in “unlimited sex” with hookers, drink their body weight in alcohol, and probably take a bath in cocaine.

(Good Girls Company)

(Good Girls Company)

Sounds like a hard partying sex maniac’s dream come true, right? Yeaaah.

In fact, it’s been revealed that an unnamed “high profile British pop star” who has a bunch of “number one hits” is among the guests. Hmm…I wonder who? Mick Jagger? Harry Styles? Calvin Harris? Sting???

Anyway, apparently the “sex island experience” is just a little too wild for the world, because first, the promotional videos got pulled from YouTube for being too raunchy and possibly breaking some Colombian laws on pimping, and now, the Colombian government is banning the trip and calling it “unacceptable,” and saying a vacation like this simply cannot be allowed to happen.

Cartagena's Interim Mayor Sergio Londoño Zurek voiced his opinion on Twitter, saying Sex Island straight up makes Colombia look bad.

“Unacceptable that they want to sell us as a sexual destination. That is not the tourism we represent.”

Ouch. 

(Good Girls Company)

(Good Girls Company)

Plus, Colombia’s interior minister Fernando Niño says that “sex tourism holidays” need official permission, and the government is definitely not going to grant Sex Island the permission it needs to make this unfathomable sexcation happen.

"This does not respond to policies against sexual offenses, sexual abuse, pornography and for that reason we would not give it authorization." Pity

In fact, the Colombian government is so serious about stopping Sex Island from happening, that they're threatening to deport anyone who comes to the country to attend the raunchy vacation. 

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Wow...can you imaging going all the way to Colombia for this vacation, and then getting screwed by the government instead of hookers? That would suck.

Well, fingers crossed everything works out, and the 30 lucky guests don't get deported. 

H/T: Mirror / The Sun