On Friday, July 2, a 4-day sex festival called Swingathon began in Lincolnshire. Not all residents of the quiet area were happy about it. The English Police received numerous reports of noises coming from the event site.
Hundreds of swing enthusiasts attended a four-day festival called Swingathon. According to the event organizer, a total of 400 tickets were sold. The four-day event took place near the villages of Oasby and Aisby in the county of Lincolnshire and ran from Friday, July 2, to Monday, July 5.
Among the attractions that awaited the participants of the event were wet t-shirt contests, BDSM/Fetish shows, a mobile dungeon, live music, an outdoor cinema, bouncy castles for adults, a bar and much more.
Local police arrived on the scene to verify the complaints received. However, the police check did not reveal any violations on the part of the organizer or the participants of the event.
A Lincolnshire Police spokesperson told the Grantham Journal – We received reports of noise complaints, but on investigation there was nothing ongoing. We haven’t received any reports of Covid breaches.
Despite reported complaints by residents of surrounding villages, other residents said they had no objection to the swinger event taking place.
I would be the first to call the police if it was disturbing me but if it floats their boat then let them get on with it because we’ve been through such a terrible time – said a local villager.
Other residents in Aisby said they may have heard noises coming from the festival, but they were not particularly loud or disturbing.
On Monday, when the field where the Swingathon was held was visited by LincolnshireLive, the site was virtually empty. There were a few caravans, tents and garbage cans in the fields. It was as if the event had not taken place.
The only question that unfortunately could not be answered was what kind of noises was the reason for the police report? Was it the music played by the DJ, or was the blame put on the over-enthusiastic festival-goers?