The erotica dinner is followed by a party produced by fetish club Torture Garden

Family values Tory Andrew Rosindell is sponsoring an “erotica dinner” in the House of Commons this evening. The Romford MP and former member of the right-wing Monday Club is known for his conservative views including opposition to gay rights and gender recognition for transsexuals.

He is perhaps an unlikely supporter for an evening of entertainment which includes a party organised by “the world’s largest fetish club” Torture Garden. Or perhaps large campaign donations from the event’s organiser – sex industry entrepreneur Savvas Christodoulou – influenced his decision?

Guest paying £89 per head will be treated to a black tie banquet in the Commons’ prestigious Members’ Dining Room before being whisked to a boat moored nearby on Victoria Embankment where party-goers will change for an “enforced fantasy dress code” including “lingerie, militaria, fetish, Latex, leather etc.”

Scrapbook would remind Rosindell of the event’s “no touch” policy.

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