Share this article Share The hostess said she started feeling 'uneasy' when she was given a 'revealing' dress upon arrival and told to hand in her phone. It showed parts of your breasts. I saw a girl in it and it gave me a shock. I realised quite soon it was an odd job. It wasn't a usual job. And the way the men behaved made me incredibly uncomfortable. Sitting next to men. Yes there were some girls there who didn't mind that but there were equally girls who hated it and felt very uncomfortable.
Unusually for a formal event, the hostesses were allowed to drink alcohol. They entered the stage to the song Bang Bang. A lot of them hadn't done it before,' the waitress said in the ITV News interview. Is this actually happening? Some of them looked really worried. I couldn't wait until 2am came. We were objects for them to gawp at, touch. To be laughed at,' she said. They were acting like we were objects and there for their entertainment. David Walliams pic on January 23 hosted the Presidents Club gala but said he left at Her comments came as businessman David Meller, a trustee of the Presidents Club, quit his role as non-executive board member at the Department for Education.
He knew exactly what was going on I think. Former education secretary Justine Greening told the Commons that she shared the 'anger and disgust' of colleagues and called for data to be published. Tory MP Vicky Ford Chelmsford reserved criticism for the women involved in organising the event, accusing them of having 'groomed and pimped' young women.
Comedian David Walliams, who hosted the, tweeted saying he 'agreed to host as it is one of the biggest charity fund raising events of the year'. I did not witness any of the kind of behaviour that allegedly occurred and am absolutely appalled by the reports. The pretty brunette, 25, who worked last year, says she was offered cocaine at the dinner where at least four men asked her to go upstairs to their rooms at The Dorchester Hotel for sex. Then I was a glass of wine.
I have never been given alcohol before starting work before. Talk to some of the guys. Girls were sat on guys' laps. Champagne was poured into girls' glasses. I was being offered coke. By then I realised this wasn't a normal posting, it was a whore party. We were expected to have sex with these men. I said that I felt uncomfortable and said I wanted to go home. Go and have a drink, they are lovely and they have lots of money.
I said I didn't want to, but she wasn't listening. I have a boyfriend. I didn't want to have sex or take drugs.