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SEX PARTIES PUB UP FOR AUCTION.

Byline: ADAM ASPINALL

A FAMILY pub which hosted seedy sex parties has been put up for auction.

The landlords of the Crystal Fountain in Cannock, Staffordshire, were given their marching orders last year by the brewery after their sordid exploits were exposed by the Sunday Mercury. Now Enterprise Inns, which owns the Grade II listed propertym has put it up for auction.

Last summer we revealed how former landlord Kevin Scott and his partner Kat regularly used the boozer as the setting for seedy swingers parties.

Randy Kevin, 54, and Kat, 30, described themselves as "committed doggers" and posted revealing pictures of themselves online.

Our reporter went undercover to find out more about the pub and was given a full account of what went on, and what came off, at the Crystal Fountain.

Kevin said: "It's just a social event, you won't see any shagging or anything like that, although you never know. You will probably see someone getting a blow job or some other kind of play - so don't be surprised if you do see that going on. We don't get any trouble from the locals - we just shut the curtains and get on with it, to be honest with you.

"We have got about 90 people from all over the country coming on Saturday and it seems like the local hotels are completely booked up.

"We have all sorts coming here, from straights to gays to bisexuals to transvestites to transsexuals.

"You name it and they will be there.

"But it's not seedy. It's not like the 1970s or something.

"It is just a place for like-minded people to get together and meet other people without any pressure - although I do have a no knickers rule which I always enforce.

"That helps to keep the atmosphere jovial.

Lucky "We also do things like raffles and this time we are having a tombola in aid of a leukaemia charity.

"If you're lucky you could win a dildo and some lube there."

The pub, which is being auctioned by CP Bigwood is described as being 'suitable for a variety of alternative uses'. Although there is no guide price the pub is expected to fetch more than pounds 200,000 when it goes under the hammer.

A spokesman for Enterprise Inns was unavailable for comment last night but last year they confirmed the couple had been dismissed for their late night activities.

A spokesman said: "Following complaints from a member of the public, Enterprise Inns carried out a full investigation, as a result of which there will be a change of retailer at the Crystal Fountain."

adam.aspinall@sundaymercury.net

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SWINGING: Kevin Scott and partner Kat, who ran the Crystal Fountain pub (left)
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