A man died at a sex party venue after collapsing in a swimming pool.
The partygoer in his 50s was trapped under water for 30 or 40 seconds after losing consciousness at 'adult adventure playground' club Heathrow AbFab and Kestrel, The Sun reported.
The Longford private sex house touts itself as the UK's "largest lifestyle club".
Access to relaxation rooms and heated pools where guests can enjoy each other's company costs £50 per head.
Yet soon after a steamy party began on Monday, the man fell under the surface and was pulled out by other AbFab attendees.
Despite getting urgent CPR, he died at the venue.
An AbFab source told The Sun: “It had been a nice atmosphere in the club, everyone was having fun.
“But suddenly there was a commotion and everyone stopped whatever they were up to.
“It was clear that something was wrong around the pool area and about eight or nine people rushed over and dragged a man out.
“No one had time to put clothes on and they didn’t care.
“He was placed in the recovery position and given CPR.
“After the ambulance turned up they took control of the situation but sadly he passed away.”
The club is described on its website as “Your new adult adventure playground."
Its description adds: “We have striven to give you lots of different areas to have fun in, and a tour of our website will highlight all the facilities we have to offer in what is the largest lifestyle club in the UK."
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 9pm yesterday (16 August) to reports of an incident on Bath Road, Longford.
“We sent an ambulance crew, a medic in a car, a medic on a bicycle, a clinical team leader, an incident response officer, and an advanced paramedic.
“Sadly, a person died at the scene.”
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