Inside the VIP sex club reopening with rapid coronavirus testing

A VIP sex club is to begin offering X-rated gatherings in New York following months of lockdown and despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Secret club Snctm will be introducing intensified health and safety measures to protect the wellbeing of their clients as the global health crisis continues, reports suggest.

The club – which has been spotlighted by Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop lifestyle website – is due to host its first event since lockdown began next month.

Tickets to the erotic event will costs thrill-seekers $3,750 (£2,865) – while punters will be subjected to Covid-19 rapid tests and masks will be enforced.

It is also reported that security will be beefed up to oversee the titillating event and ensure it goes ahead safely – while numbers to the event will be restricted to just eight couples.

The Sun have leaked details of the elite event – which is claimed to be going ahead at an undisclosed New York City location at an as yet to be determined date in September.

Event organizers are quoted as saying: "Our normal armed-security will be joined at the door by a Board-certified physician and his team performing SARS-CoV-2 rapid testing.

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"Every person, staff and guest alike, will be required to test negative in order to gain admittance.

"But within our doors, the fête will begin and end with extravagance. Cocktails and champagne will be served in the parlour as Snctm's Devotees tease and allure us to the accompaniment of a string quartet."

The invite allegedly also includes instructions alluding to the location of the event as being somewhere in Manhattan – while warning talk of politics will be banned.

Snctm is rumoured to attract A-List stars to its top-secret events.

The events were founded by actor and model Damon Lawner who has previously been quoted by Esquire as stating he wants his events to be viewed as "a spiritual and erotic utopia”.

Snctm club has divided critics in the past, with Vice referring to it as "the least sexy sex club" while GQ called it the world's "most elite sex club".

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