SAUDIS IN SH*TSTORM OVER POO PARTY CLAIMS Or­gies leave ho­tel rooms ‘cov­ered in filth’

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MUR­DER LINK: Bin Sal­man UN­DER-FIRE Saudi Ara­bia is facing a new shit­storm after its rich elite were ac­cused of POOING all over five star ho­tel rooms.

Staff claim su­per-rich Saudis are tak­ing part in wild sex par­ties and then leav­ing their rooms cov­ered in hu­man crap.

Work­ers in neigh­bour­ing Bahrain, which at­tracts Arabs be­cause it al­lows the sale of booze, are among those to make the al­le­ga­tions.

The is­land na­tion has long SEX PAR­TIES: Bahrain and Khashoggi been a mag­net for men from Saudi Ara­bia look­ing to es­cape the con­ser­va­tive king­dom.

A Mid­dle East-based ho­tel group em­ployee who works in Bahrain said sex par­ties involving men from the Saudi rul­ing class were common knowl­edge.

He said: “Var­i­ous ho­tels have had to deal with aw­ful scenes in their very best of rooms due to the sex par­ties which al­ways seem to in­volve hu­man fae­ces be­ing left on beds, glass ta­bles and the floor.

“As Bahrain is seen as Saudi Ara­bia’s weaker lit­tle cousin, it puts ho­tel man­agers and own­ers in a very dif­fi­cult po­si­tion when it comes to com­plain­ing about the prac­tice.”

The ho­tel worker said the wealthy Saudis are able to af­ford the clean-up costs, which can be as much as £200,000.

He added: “They al­ways pay, that is not the prob­lem, but the in­con­ve­nience is huge.”

But many ho­tels have had enough and are now claim­ing to be fully booked in or­der “to avoid the sit­u­a­tion to­tally”.

The sit­u­a­tion is mir­rored in Lon­don, claims a cleaner at one of the cap­i­tal’s ho­tels who has to deal with the mess.

“Th­ese are the best rooms in Lon­don, if not the coun­try, and they are left cov­ered in shit,” the 28-year-old said.

Saudi Ara­bia is in the spot­light after jour­nal­ist Ja­mal Khashoggi, who fled the coun­try in 2017, was mur­dered at their em­bassy in Is­tan­bul – al­legedly on the or­ders of Crown Prince Mo­hammed bin Sal­man.

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