Take Me Out contestants evicted from 1.5million country mansion after weekend long party gets out of hand


Take Me Out contestants evicted from 1.5million country mansion after weekend party got out of hand Police were called to the party in Tutbury, StaffordshireAround 100 contestants were asked to leave by owners and policeOne party-goer said that the raucous bash 'got out of hand'

By
Steve Nolan

PUBLISHED:

13:32 GMT, 6 January 2013

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UPDATED:

14:06 GMT, 6 January 2013


Hit: Contestants from ITV1 show Take Me Out were thrown out of a 1.5million country mansion after a weekend long party got out of hand and police were called. Host Paddy McGuinness is pictured with some of the show's contestants

Hit: Contestants from ITV1 show Take Me Out were thrown out of a 1.5million country mansion after a weekend long party got out of hand and police were called. Host Paddy McGuinness is pictured with some of the show's contestants

Contestants from ITV dating show Take Me Out were thrown out of a country hotel after a weekend long party got out of hand and police were called.

The party, said to have been attended by some 100 revellers who had taken part in the ITV1 show, decended into a drink-fuelled orgy as contestants played strip pool ran riot.

Former contestants from all five of the show's series paid 55 each to attend the weekend long bash at Castle Hill House in Tutbury, Staffordshire.

But their fun was cut short on Saturday morning when police were called and the owners of the house decided to evict them.

One party-goer told The Sun: 'Everyone got really drunk early on and it started to get out of hand.

'Things heated up when some lads and girls decided to play strip pool.

'The girls were naked within minutes and just parading around.'

Organised by two contestants, the 1.5million eight bedroom house, which is situated close to the banks of the River Dove, had been privately rented for the party.

The ITV show, fronted by Paddy McGuinness, was first aired in 2010, with series five starting its run last night.

The show averaged just over three million viewers during the fourth series.

Police confirmed that they were called to Castle Hill House, but no one was arrested in connection with the incident.

It was reported last January that around 90 former contestants of the show trashed a 4.5million mansion in Chepstow, South Wales.

No likey, no lighty: Paddy McGuinness pictured surrounded by contestants on Take Me Out, which has become a staple of Saturday night entertainment

No likey, no lighty: Paddy McGuinness pictured surrounded by contestants on Take Me Out, which has become a staple of Saturday night entertainment