WIFE-swappers have vowed to carry on swinging as coronavirus fears grip the nation.
But one club has restricted its numbers to around 100 revellers – and installed hand sanitisers.
The pandemic is not proving a passion killer for exhibitionists with sex clubs refusing to cancel events despite the risk of infection.
Swingers – traditionally older couples in their 40s and 50s –say they are not concerned about contracting the deadly virus romping in orgies.
A club in Blackpool will hold a huge St Patrick’s Day-themed event this weekend and a silent disco party is being held at another club on The Wirral.
And it’s business as usual sex clubs up and down the land.
‘SWING SAFE AS ALWAYS’
A post from CJs club in Glasgow said on a sex site: “CJs parties will still be going ahead and extra measures have been put in place to reduce any risks.
“Hand sanitiser dispensers have been placed on the wall at the entrance outside the cloakroom, at the top of the stairs before you enter playrooms and in the kitchen area.
“We are asking guests to please make use of these along with washing your hands before and after play.
“We will be restricting parties to less than 100 guests until further notice. Swing safe as always.”
Swingers have taken to sites dedicated to wife swapping to air their feelings about catching the coronavirus from fellow exhibitionists.
One person wrote on website Fabswingers: “Isn’t this worse for swingers as we play touch kiss etc does no one think it’s best to cancel meets going to clubs etc.”
But a couple wrote: “We are probably all gonna catch it at some point anyway. Might as well have fun doing so.”
Another post read: “Unless you self isolate now and stay that way then there is a very good chance you are getting it. How your body deals with it will be the main thing.
“To paraphrase a boxer. You might as well go out swinging!”
Another post said: “Anyone worried about the impact of coronavirus will have on clubs? I can’t see masks catching on.