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A painful undercover mission for six Hong Kong policemen came to naught this week after a prosecution based on their evidence of sado-masochist parties at a city bondage salon was dismissed. At the last party, in the early hours of August 12 last year, three officers were tied up among 26 other guests, many in leather and rubber costumes, when 20 of their uniformed colleagues conducted a raid. Among those hauled off to the Central Police Station and questioned were a barrister, a solicitor, an engineer and an accountant, as well as housewives and businesswomen - both Chinese and expatriate. All paying customers were released and their identities not disclosed, but Fetish Fashion's owner, Brenda Scofield, 55, her husband, Laurence, 48, and manager Loretta Mui Shuk-han, 40, were charged under the now little-used Disorderly House Act, passed by the British Parliament in Last Monday, Magistrate Allan Wyeth dismissed charges against the three: "I'm satisfied that, as shown in the defence's evidence, most activities by the participants indicated they were consenting with each other in taking part in BDSM role-playing. She pointed to the hypocrisy of a huge investigation into an openly advertised party-room facility for consenting partners while all kinds of prostitution ran unscathed in the bars of the Wanchai entertainment district. The police inquiry followed a sensational story in a Chinese-language magazine that set up and photographed its own sado-masochist orgy in one of Fetish Fashion's two "play rooms".

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By Jul 5, Hong Kong - Judges and company directors are among the people most likely to indulge in bondage and sado-masochism, a Hong Kong court hearing a case about illegal sex parties has been told. An expert witness told the court people who took part in the practice were likely to be high up the economic ladder with demanding careers, the South China Morning Post reported Friday. Clinical psychologist Dr Elizabeth Blurton was testifying Thursday at the trial of the owner and manager of a shop called Fetish Fashion, who are accused of staging illegal sex parties on their premises last year. Six undercover police officers infiltrated the bondage parties in Hong Kong's Central district and 26 guests including a barrister, a solicitor, an accountant and a businesswoman were arrested.
The Hong Kong verdict is in line with the official british Law Commission saying that SM or sadomasochism, short of causing serious or permanently disabling injury, should be no crime between consenting adults , he says. The Fetish Fashion trial led to world-wide protests and support from SM groups and human rights organizations. The idealistic and unprofitable establishment received several hundred thousand dollars from individuals and groups both local and international to pay for the expenses of the defence. Malcolm Golding, a local Hong Kong artist, donated a collection of his paintings to the defence fund. Teaching safe SM.