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Father Of Four Furious To Find Out Their Hotel Was Hosting A 1,000 Person Sex Party During Their Stay

How was your New Year’s Eve?

“And, you know, there’s a hot tub there and there are crazies in the hot tub.”

This was the hot take made by a family man in the throes of his X-Rated New Year’s Eve surprise.

The man discovered a massive sex party would be sharing the hotel with him and his family, Sacramento local news KTXL reported.


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The father of four, who maintained a commitment to anonymity, made a reservation at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, in Sacramento, California for his family during the New Year’s holiday. The family had plans to attend a New Year’s Eve event in the city.

My bet is it was wholesome.

Before their stay, however, the father discovered that Allures (link nsfw)—a swinger’s club and event organizer based in Sacramento—had already booked much of that same DoubleTree for what was dubbed a New Year’s Eve “sex-abration.”

We’re talking a dungeon in the grand ballroom.


The father maintains he has “no problem with what people do,” as he told KTXL. His beef is primarily with the hotel for not informing other guests.

The father went on:

“People that are spending good money to stay at the Hilton should be aware of what’s going on under their nose, especially if they have families.”

He also told KTXL he still has not received any refund from the DoubleTree by Hilton.

A spokesperson for the hotel made the following statement:

“There is a private event that has been booked for New Year’s Eve. We take the comfort and privacy of all of our guests very seriously.”  

“As with any large event the utmost care is taken to assure there is no disruption to other guests, including additional security.”

“With that being said we understand if a guest feels they would like to cancel their reservation and will, of course, accommodate them to the best of our ability.”

As for internet opinion of the father’s reaction, Twitter appeared to be split.

Eric Spring

Written by Eric Spring

Eric Spring lives in New York City. He has poor vision and cooks a good egg. Most of his money is spent on live music and produce. He usually wears plain, solid color sweatshirts without hoods because he assumes loud patterns make people expect something big. Typically, he'll bypass a handshake and go straight for the hug.