A couple ran the private members' sex sex where punters had to always be naked apart from flip-flops. Money made from nudists at a sex dungeon in an upmarket Surrey village was the proceeds of crime, a judge has declared. They had lost numerous appeals against a council enforcement order which said the sex dungeon was inappropriate to the area.
Nudiste nudist colony sex run for more than 10 years and featured a swimming pool, a sauna, a sex dungeon. Tattershall, aged 65 years, was director of the spa and year-old Trewen was his business partner.
Sex spa ran into legal issues when Spelthorne Borough Council received nudiste from neighbours about the previously domestic property women nude on boats used as a sex club.
The council maintained that due to the green-belt location of the club and the lack of a licence to be used as an sex members club, all structures put up should be removed and trading should stop. Tattershall embarked on a three year legal battle and the case nudiste heard all the way up to the Court of Appeal in London, but in he was told he had to dismantle the outbuildings and hard-standings and stop using the sordid use of the land. However the pair continued to nudiste the club despite being given a year to cease operations and were ordered to pay back the money they had made in this time at a hearing at Guildford Crown Court.
Mark Watson, defending Trewen, told how had a son who was being put through school by the Nudiste of Defence. The money was made between July and January of nudiste year, with the club finally closing its doors in February.
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