The organisers of the 'sex party' on a mystery island are planning an even bigger New Year party.
According to The Mirror, the Good Girls Company, who are hosting a 'sex holiday' party in late November, are already proposing to hold a New Year party to bring in 2018.
This is despite the fact that Colombian authorities have threatened to deport guests who attend the party scheduled in November.
The first bash, due to run 24-27 of November, has been criticised by local dignitaries and ministers responsible for the Catagena region because of the 'sex tourism' on offer.
'Unlimited sex' and a yacht party featuring '60 girls' are some of the items that have been advertised by the Good Girls Company.
For the price of £1,100 per person, 30 men can attend the holiday which will also feature an ice breaker 'orgy' on the itinerary, according to The Sun.
It has been reported by The Mirror and The Sun that a British pop-star with multiple number one records is among the 'gold membership' guest list.
The papers also report that authorities have threatened attendees of the holiday with deportation, and The Sun quoted Colombia's Interior Minister as saying the party would not be given authorisation because it fails to correspond to rules against 'sexual offences, sexual abuse [and], pornography'.
The Mail Online reports that the location is no longer Colombia, but now 'an island off a Caribbean country'.
New Year's Eve
The Mirror claims that an organiser for the Good Girls Company, has announced another 'sex party' to launch 2018.
For our New Year's event we will have a similar concept - all inclusive, 60 girls and 30 tickets, more sexual surprises and fireworks.
To say the least, it will be the most exciting New Year's party in the world.