Dominatrix and her 'slave' banned from gastropub after spanking session in full ...

Dominatrix and her suspenders-clad 'slave' are banned from gastropub after sadomasochistic spanking session in full view of diners A dominatrix and 'slave' have been barred from The Mill in Ulverston, Cumbria The pair put on a sadomasochistic display on the terrace in front of customers  Some customers who witnessed the spanking session shared a video online  Do you know this pair? Please contact [email protected]

By Kate Dennett For Mailonline

Published: 11:54 BST, 8 September 2020 | Updated: 11:55 BST, 8 September 2020

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A kinky couple have been barred from a gastropub in Cumbria after a sadomasochistic display on the terrace - in full view of diners. 

The dominatrix had tied her 'slave' to a roof beam with a dog lead and was spanking him with a paddle on Sunday evening at The Mill in Ulverston.

The man was dressed in black fishnet stocking and suspenders and red knickers, while his mistress wore a black dress as she beat his bottom with a black paddle.

Customers who witnessed the sadomasochistic session filmed the bizarre episode and shared it online.

A dominatrix and her 'slave' have been banned from The Mill in Ulverston, Cumbria, after putting on a sadomasochistic session on the terrace in full display of customers

A dominatrix and her 'slave' have been banned from The Mill in Ulverston, Cumbria, after putting on a sadomasochistic session on the terrace in full display of customers

The sound of the spanking could be heard above the soundtrack of Lovely Day by Bill Withers.

It is believed the couple had chosen a public venue to add to the exhibitionist thrill of the activity.

But the owner of The Mill has slammed the couple for their exhibitionism and barred them from the pub.

A picture on social media, also shows a message allegedly written by a member of staff after the

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