Paradise Spa in Dagenham, East London, is a liberal spot but has a strict rule for its upcoming shindig
BY STEVE ROBSON from Mirror
A swingers' club has banned CLOWNS from its upcoming Halloween party because of the creepy craze sweeping Britain.
An advert for the romp at the Paradise Spa in Dagenham, East London, invites guests to come dressed in costumes for sexy spookfest - but with one exception.
It reads: "Join the Staff and regulars for this years Halloween Party, fancy dress with a prize for the best! PLEASE NOTE, CLOWN COSTUMES ARE NOT PERMITTED AND WILL BE TURNED AWAY."
The raunchy spa has a bar, big screen showing pornographic films, hot tubs and rooms where kinky strangers can disappear for sex.
There is even free pizza on weekends.
The Halloween special costs £5 for single ladies, £25 for couples and £35 for single men.
The 'creepy clown' craze, which spread to Britain from the US, has resulted in widespread sightings of clowns dressed in menacing costumes, sometimes armed with knives.
Schools have faced hysterical children claiming to have seen clowns waiting outside for them on a regular basis.
Police have warned anyone taking part they could be committing a crime and will be dealt with accordingly.
Despite the warnings, the craze has continued to spread across the UK with one force dealing with 14 reports in 24 hours.