A British sex festival had an unhappy ending for one of its participants.
A man in his 50s died Tuesday morning after he was found unconscious at the site of Flamefest in southeast England, according to reports.
A woman remains hospitalized, too, after she was found unresponsive at the site of the “kinky rave festival.”
Flamefest was held Aug. 18 to 20 in a wooded area near Tunbridge Wells — a city in England’s Kent county.
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The erotic festivities, in their second year, are meant “to bring together the purest, most hedonistic elements of the party scene,” organizer Helen Smedley said on the event’s website, which was cited by the Guardian but inaccessible Tuesday.
She declined to comment when reached by the Guardian about the man’s death.
The South East Coast ambulance service was called to the site at about 6 a.m. local time, where they found the man and woman unconscious at the raunchy campsite, according to reports.
First responders tried unsuccessfully to revive him, and he was brought to a local hospital where he died, the Guardian reported.
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“The death is being treated as unexplained at this stage,” a Kent police spokesman told the newspaper. “In addition, an unconscious woman received medical treatment and was taken to a local hospital by air ambulance.”
The sex-fueled meetup featured a DJ, live entertainment and costs roughly $ 770.
An “adult play area” featuring a dominatrix and erotic literature workshops were also set up, the Sun reported.
Extra police were called in over the weekend to ramp up security at the naughty festival, where some 200 people took part in the scandalous activities, according to the Sun.
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Organizers were concerned people would crash the S&M-heavy campsite, while residents of the affluent Tunbridge Wells were irate about its content.
“It is a very, very small and private event really. We have strict rules on sex and nudity outside one tent which is completely blacked out,” Smedley told the Sun on Saturday. “We are really concerned about the residents and making sure this passes with as little difficulties for them as possible.”
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