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England fans to flock to wife swap sex parties for World Cup

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ONLINE AD: "Come and kick of the start of the World Cup in a naughty way with CAP parties"

At one sex party revellers are encouraged to wear their favourite nation’s strip – and then get their kit off with strangers.

The bash is being organised by Cheshire Adult Parties at the W3 club in Blackpool later this month.

Punters are told in an online ad:

"Come and kick of the start of the World Cup in a naughty way with CAP parties."

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SUPPORTERS: England fans are least likely to give up sex in return for winning the World Cup

“Even if football isn’t your thing we can guarantee you will have fun at our sexy swinging party.”

“Play some completely different `ball’ games for you to get into the mood.”

“Dress in a sexy style wearing the colours of your team.”

“The party will be set in a club which is unlike most swinging clubs which for people who are new or unsure about the swinging scene.”

Tickets are £15 a couple and there is a `half-time’ barbecue.

Another adult-party planner is holding a £50-a-head orgy in Coleford, Glos, on June 30.

They said on a sex site:

“World Cup fever greedy girls style party (fancy dress optional).”

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SWINGERS: Argentina fans were most likely to sacrifice nooky for success

“Come watch the footy or come and play.”

While another group of swingers is charging £25-per-couple for a party in Leeds.

They wrote:

“Let’s celebrate the World Cup with a bang.”

“We are organising a World Cup party for a group of couples and handpicked singles at an apartment in Leeds.”

“Private message for more details.”

ENGLAND fans are the least likely to give up sex in return for winning the World Cup compared to other footie-mad nations.

In a poll, Argentina fans were most likely to sacrifice nooky for success.

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