The festival became a viral laughing stock after people expecting luxury villas in the Bahamas were left scrambling for mattresses and cheese sandwiches in hurricane tents — with the bleak reality of their false promises taking over social media. Before Fyre Festival was conjured into existence, there were dozens of employees working on the Fyre app marketplace, which acted as a booking system to secure celebrities at events. The idea of a festival was banded around casually in a meeting by creative director MDavid Low, which soon became an obsessive goal for McFarland — who diverted a huge amount of his time, money and investment into making it a reality. As panic grew among the Fyre employees over the potential disaster assembling before them, desperation soon kicked in to unravel any more potential damages to keep the show running. Event producer, Andy King, recalled how he was even asked by McFarland to offer oral sex to the water company to secure a vital shipment.
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Sex On The Streets, shown on Channel 5 at 9pm tonight, reveals what it's really like to be a sex worker. A hard hitting 5Star documentary, Sex On The Streets, lifts the lid on what it's really like to sell sex for a living. Another officer, Steve Luxford from Sussex Police, told how a raid on a suspected brothel uncovered men queuing outside a door, waiting their turn. He added: "We can't have an angle if someone should be doing this or not. If people are doing it of their own choice, that's legal. There are some sex workers who only get a tiny percentage of what they actually earn.
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The Ste Hay actor will speak to parents in the community and explore experiences of surrogacy, ahead of his own journey into fatherhood. The documentary is part of a series of programmes to mark the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act, which partly decriminalised homosexual acts that took place between men over the age of 21 in private. Channel 4 is not the only broadcaster that will mark the occasion, with the BBC producing a slate of programmes for its Gay Britannia season. Among them is a Sandi Toksvig-fronted documentary called Gluck , which will explore the career of s painter Hannah 'Gluck' Gluckstein and how she defied traditions of gender and sexuality.