Lancashire Sex Club Complains About Banging From Next Door
So says the Lancashire Evening Post of rumblings in Chorley:
A recording studio boss says he will not be forced out despite noise complaints from the owners of a swingers’ club.
(Butt plugs or ear plugs?)
The story is evocative:
Lee Morrison has launched a music recording studio called 1st Bass Music Solutions in the same building as The No3 Club at the mill on Friday Street. Theatre company Say Two Theatre Productions had previously been based in the mill – but moved out after parents of the children attending rehearsals complained that members of the adult club were mistakenly walking into their room.
Head and shoulders knees and…
Now, Mr Morrison fears he is being ‘forced out’ after the building’s owner, Frank Patterson, said there have been complaints from neighbours about the noise levels coming from the underground studio, including from the swingers’ club upstairs.
The story ends:
Nobody from The No3 Club was available for comment. The club has a playroom, swinger’s lounge, a private bedroom, sauna and locker room. The owner, known only as Mary, previously told the media that people do not have sex at the club, but instead use it as a meeting place before going elsewhere.
Can’t it be possible for the two businesses to coexist? Maybe if the swingers can hire Mr Morrison to play music as they mingle – a tune with lots of banging should do it.
Note: the No3 site informs would-be members:
If you are a couple and are looking for a single to join you, then this is the easiest scenario. Single guys are most eager to oblige and not offended in the least if you approach them.
And you thought single men in sex club were prudes…