After the masked orgy party in a stately home near Bristol became a huge success, its organisers have been encouraged to plan more and are looking for new venues.
The Dutch organisers of the 'masked ball orgy' discovered that there was a "huge market" for orgy parties in the UK, and have decided to hold a second.
The company, called Little Sins, will hold its second British party in an island fortress off the south coast in September with guests, who can expect to pay up to 500 pounds a head, including the costs of travel and refreshments, asked to dress all in white.
But Mike Voorvaart, the 40-year-old organiser, admitted that he was having trouble finding other venues following controversy over the activities of 300 guests at a masked ball in Halswell House. he owner of the stately home, Grahame Bond, was unaware of the nature of the party, and was shocked when people started "having sex over the banisters and beneath the chandeliers."
Voorvaart said that there were rules against sex in public areas, but said that it was difficult to stop them.
"It was not possible to stop them," the Telegraph quoted him as saying.
"At midnight we had a ceremony with a priest and topless dancing girls, and the masks were taken off.
"Suddenly the spell was broken and people were so excited they really went for it. I'm not easily shocked, but you British really know how to get a party started. After last Saturday I don't think you can say the British are a bit puritan at all," he added.
Mike, Little Sins' UK agent, who declined to give his surname, told The Observer newspaper about the profits of such parties.
"There's a huge market for it in England. But a lot of the clubs that cater for this are pushed underground," he added.
Little Sins, which has staged similar parties in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, now hopes to expand into the UK.