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Dominatrix insists "we just made people laugh" after she and her slave were kicked out of the pub


One dominatrix has insisted that people "accept this type of behavior" after she and her "slave" were expelled from a Cumbrian gastropub for publicly sadomasochistic portrayals.

The 30-year-old Dominatrix Lydia Chadwick had tied her "slave" to a roof beam with a dog leash and hit the masked person with a paddle on Sunday evening at The Mill in Ulverston – in full view of other guests.

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

But Lydia defended her actions, telling The Sun, “People should come out of the dark age and accept this type of behavior.

"Most people just treat it as a laugh."

A dominatrix and her "slave" were banished from the mill in Ulverston, Cumbria, after holding a full-customer sadomasochistic session on the patio

Lydia added that she took a friend from Camden who identifies as a woman to the pub because she wanted to be publicly humiliated.

She said, “She said she wanted to be publicly humiliated so I would take her to a local beauty spot where the hikers go.

“We thought we would give them something to laugh about. I did this for another customer before the lock.

“But we ran out of time and decided to have a drink at The Mill.

“I wanted to go with her on a dog leash, but she was embarrassed that everyone was looking at us.

We signed up and went to the roof terrace, where I chained them to the rafters.

I blindfolded her and pretended to go away and leave her as part of the humiliation. I videotaped it and we didn't think anyone else could see it. & # 39;

In the video, the sound of the beating was heard over the soundtrack of Lovely Day by Bill Withers.

The & # 39; slave & # 39; was wearing black fishnet stockings, suspenders and red panties, while the mistress was wearing a black dress when she hit his bum with a black paddle.

Lydia, who said being a dominatrix was "just a job," said she didn't want to piss off The Mill and would "apologize to them", adding that her family was upset after the video was shared online.

Phil Simpson, owner of The Mill (above), hit the couple who he believes have links to the Ulverston area for trying to

Phil Simpson, owners of The Mill (above), hit the couple, who he believes have links to the Ulverston area, for trying to "embarrass small local businesses."

But the owner of The Mill beat up the couple for their exhibitionism after the X-rated incident and kicked them out of the pub.

A picture on social media also shows a message allegedly written by an employee after the incident.

It read: “I sat her up on the terrace, these guys came down, ten minutes later they sat up there and told us to go up and see what happened – and she tied them to one of the bars with a dog leash and they whipped. & # 39;

Michelle Wood, general manager of The Mill, told The Sun that it wasn't "behavior we wanted to encourage".

She said, “The couple signed up as all customers are being asked to enact pandemic regulations and it was evident that the man was disguised as a woman.

“But in 2020 it will be discrimination to reject men because they are disguised as women.

& # 39; One of the other clients started filming what was going on and then came over to tell the staff.

"They only embarrassed us for their financial gain."

Shocked customers who witnessed the flogging shared a video online. The sound of the beating can be heard over the soundtrack of Lovely Day by Bill Withers

Shocked customers who witnessed the flogging shared a video online. The sound of the beating can be heard over the soundtrack of Lovely Day by Bill Withers

The couple is believed to be part of the BDSM community. BDSM often refers to erotic practices that can involve bondage, dominance, or submission.

One witness wrote on Twitter: "Unreal scenes from The Mill in Ulverston."

A self-known "mistress" Lydia said most of her clients are in the UK but have some overseas as well. She does what "people ask me to do for them," including humiliation and cross-dressing.

Phil Simpson, owner of The Mill, believes the couple have ties to the Ulverston and posted them for trying to "embarrass small local businesses".

Mr. Simpson added, “As soon as we discovered this couple's activity, they were told to leave our premises.

& # 39; You are now banned and after seeing your post on social media the police have now contacted us for more information.

"We believe the woman concerned lives in Ulverston and we find it quite depressing that such people should try to embarrass small local businesses in this way for financial gain."

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