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Patrons have been seen having sex inside the pools and hot tubs at College Point's Spa Castle, the New York Post reports.

Some customers may be a little too relaxed at the Spa Castle luxury complex in Queens.

Several patrons have been found having sex inside their pools and hot tubs at the spa located at 131-10 11th Ave. in College Point,  the New York Post reported this morning.

During two recent visits to Spa Castle, The Post found spa-goers sitting in the nude, groping at each other, making out and having what appeared to be sex while still submerged in the pools and hot tubs.

According to The Post, most of the X-rated action takes place in the heated wading pool, which is equipped with underwater jets and a swim-up bar.

City law states that “no establishment shall make facilities available for the purpose of sexual activities” and that “such facilities shall constitute a threat to the public health.”

Spa Castle is no stranger to health violations. Between 2014 and 2015, the Health Department cited Spa Castle for 49 violations, including failure to post signs prohibiting discharge of bodily fluids in pools, The Post discovered.

The Health Department temporarily shut down all of Spa Castle’s pools on Tuesday, citing the spa for “not following safety standards” and said the closure came about due to an investigation when a 6-year-old girl nearly drowned at the complex on Feb. 19.

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FlipoutNYC March 06, 2016 / 07:16PM
I hope they shut it down because most of the spa allow sex and disturbing behaviors to happen.
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