Inside Kinky Towers after second man found dead in pool at swingers mansion

A £3m swingers mansion dubbed "Kinky Towers" is at the centre of a murder probe after a man in his 20s was found dead in the swimming pool.

The incident happened at the sprawling property in Radlett, Hertfordshire on Sunday, May 22 during a party where around 200 people were present.

Police are continuing to question a 34-year-old man over the "unexplained" death which is said to have followed a fight between two men in the early hours, The Sun reports.

One source told the newspaper: "Apparently one of the guys fell into the water and became limp bodied."

It comes after dad-of-three Edmund Echukwu, 35, died in the same pool at a James Bond-themed orgy in 2015.

No mention is made of the latest incident on the Radlett Parties website which states that "the parties don't stop 'til the guests do," and boasts an archive of events and notable moments hosted there over the last near 40 years.

Themed events such as a Mad Hatter's Tea Party, 50 Shades of Pink Party and Playboy Bunny Night appear to be a common offer at the Littlecroft property, which describes itself as "the UK's best established and popular swinging house party venue" ideal for "newbies and experienced swingers alike."

The mansion is owned by retired management consultant Richard Stanley, 74, and his partner Janet Harrison who appeared in an episode of Real Life Wife Swap.

They insist their home "is not a brothel" and outline a handful of rules house guests and party-goers are expected to follow.

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The code of conduct appears to be primarily, "no smoking upstairs" in their "loft dungeon" and kinky-themed attic space and taking extreme caution when taking drinks into the pool or hot tub.

Testimonials from revellers who have visited have praised it for being filled with "sexy friendly couples."

One fulfilled party goer said that Richard and Janet were "great hosts" while another said: "It's the only place that feels like a real party."

For upcoming events, nothing is currently listed for potential swingers to sign up for but the FAQs page asks that people bring "a sense of adventure and abandon, clean underwear and enough drink for all this thirsty work".

The FAQs page also lists a final question for those worried about pool safety, titled "Is the pool safe? Might I drown?".

Radlett Parties' answer notes the accidental drowning in 2015 and adds that "there have been over 120,000 entries to our pool and statistically it is safer to use the pool than to cross London by bicycle."

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The response continued: "The responsibilities of pool users include: Can you swim? If not don't enter our pool enclosure if not accompanied by a partner or friend who can swim."

For those looking for an overnight stay at the house, the proprietors offer up their "fields" and "tennis court" as parking space for the "welcomed" camper vans and cars.

The site also features a gallery of the properties "more erotic" features, with guests of the home asked not to bring their mobile phones onto the property.

Tickets to attend the latest party with double bedroom access are believed to have been selling for between £500 and £1,000.

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Police are now appealing for witnesses following the incident and confirmed that a man was taken out of a swimming pool unresponsive before being pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers there was a "party happening at the house" adding: "the man’s family need to understand what happened.”

A 34-year-old man from Brighton has been arrested in connection with the death. He has been released on bail, with conditions, until Friday, June 17.

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