If you harbour a secret desire to visit the number one sex club in Berlin then make sure you're well aware of their strict rules, otherwise you probably won't get let in.
One woman recently described her own accidental attempt to get into the club, managing to make it inside before finally realising the place she'd been queuing to get into was no ordinary nightclub.
Recounting the hilarious tale, she explained that she and a number of her friends somehow managed to miss a plethora of red flags, including the moment when they were told to take their pants off before going in.
Convinced that some of her friends were inside, she breezed past a whole bunch of clear signs before finally realising she'd walked into a club full of sex people.
Like plenty of clubs, the KitKat has some pretty strict requirements on dress code before you're allowed in, and trying to argue the point is likely to leave the bouncers denying you entry.
If you want to get inside, then you'll have to follow the rules and the club allows you to play it one of two ways to get in.
You can either follow the club's 'dress code' and get kinky with some leather or latex kinky fetish gear, and if you've got some of that in your wardrobe then you're probably already pretty good at respecting rules.
Or alternatively, you can follow their 'undress code' to get in by wearing very little at all, shedding most of your clothes before making your way in.
And if you're worried about getting chilly in the queue, the club apparently has a cloakroom where you can stash your clothes, and you'll also have to follow their 'no phones' rule to protect the privacy of others.
It's basically the opposite of the Wetherspoons dress code, where punters are asked to 'remain fully clothed throughout their visit' and that's about it, though many of us will have been to a 'spoons where the bouncer has found some other reason to turn you away.
However, some visitors who've tried to get into KitKat have said they tried their best to follow the dress code and were still turned away.
Taking to TripAdvisor, one person claimed they were willing to follow the rules to get in but got rejected at the door because one of their friends had 'big eyes'.
Others said they'd been queuing for hours only to get turned away and given no reason for it, while some posts claimed they'd bought a ticket to get in and still weren't allowed inside.
However, there were also plenty of positive reviews from people who'd taken the plunge and decided to get into the KitKat, saying it was a 'once in a lifetime experience', albeit 'not for everyone'.
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