SAINTE-SOPHIE, QC - All-night parties featuring loud Jacuzzis and throbbing music have prompted the town of Sainte-Sophie, QC, to turn to the courts for peace and quiet.
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 2005 that partner-swapping orgy establishments are legal.
The Quebec town hopes to shut down the Ole Ole club using a local bylaw that prohibits "erotic recreational commerce" in the community of 13,000 about an hour north of Montreal.
Condoms, lubricants and towels are provided to paying customers at the club, and the sex parties continue well into the night on Fridays and Saturdays.
Neighbours interviewed by QMI Agency are unanimous: the noise is unbearable. More