Private naughty sex
Some combinations such as *S** HAG, UP** YOU, and TW** AAT have been censored, where the * denotes any combinations of letters/numbers.Racist numbers, or terrorist overtones have also been deemed as inappropriate, for example; HO57 AGE, DA** RKY, K11 LLA and MU11 AHS.
Others we have seen or have photos of on our Facebook page are: S11 AGU – 800 BS – G5 POT - SUC 11N - 80 OB - T111 TTS TE51 CLE - F15 SOF - BO11 LUX - D1 CKS - UT02 SER V14 GRA - SPL 1F - PEN 15 – B10 WME – BL02 JOB What do you think about the bans?
Thanksgiving has passed and you now have less than a month to redeem yourself for your holiday debauchery before Christmas.
(Santa saw that you had a few too many glasses of spiked cider, and got into an argument with your uncle over gun control -- again.) We think you stand a chance, but some people -- and hotels, for that matter -- will always wind up on the naughty list; at least the positive is, they rarely seem to care.
We might be in need of some redemption as well (after all, we visit every hotel on our site, including these), but to make ourselves feel better, we made a list of the 13 naughtiest hotels in the world. If CBS decides to add "CSI Sosua" to its crime show franchise, producers needn't look any further than the New Garden Hotel to shoot the show's iconic sketchy hotel scenes.
Small pools, dark, dingy rooms, disgusting food, and outrageous rates -- Don Juan is about the worst pick in the D. Unless, of course, you're in town to participate in the sex tourism industry. Spice Lanzarote, Canary Islands Spice Lanzarote is an adult-only, clothing-optional, mid-range hotel in a quiet part of Puerto del Carmen.
You know how they say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas...The experience starts with guests selecting their room type, checking in with the man behind bulletproof glass, and walking past the vending machine stocked with condoms and sex toys.It continues with the lewd in-room drink menu, six channels of free porn, romantic mood lighting, and provided "exercise pillows" to help guests...out.Offensive terms for a person with a learning disability are popular with young people of today, and these have also been excluded as they are seen as insults and may cause offence. For now, the DVLA have given the green light to popular text abbreviations like WTF, LMFAO, and OMG.However, regular reviews could mean that the decency test is harder to pass, so these too could be given the chop one day.DVLA Slam on the Brakes with Offensive Numbers Censors at the DVLA meet up regularly throughout the year to vet any registration combinations that are potentially offensive, and throw them on the scrapheap before the new releases in March and September.