A Glasgow adult nightclub has vowed to continue its sex parties despite fears of the coronavirus.
CJ’s in Glasgow has limited its capacity to less than 100 revellers each night in an effort to combat the spread of the virus, which has so far infected 31 people in Glasgow.
The club promises ‘a fun enjoyable night out in safe and comfortable surroundings with a relaxed atmosphere’.
They say events scheduled this weekend and throughout next week will go ahead.
And bosses have reassured regulars that measures have been put in place to reduce any potential risks, including placing hand sanitizer dispensers at different locations within the venue.
A statement on a sex site from the club’s owners reads: “CJs parties will still be going ahead and extra measures have been put in place to reduce any risks.
“Hand sanitiser dispensers have been placed on the wall at the entrance outside the cloakroom, at the top of the stairs before you enter playrooms and in the kitchen area.
“We are asking guests to please make use of these along with washing your hands before and after play.
“We will be restricting parties to less than 100 guests until further notice. Swing safe as always.”