https://www.the-sun.com/news/5046676/elon-musk-berlin-sex-club-crawl-rejected-berghain/

ELON Musk reportedly explored Berlin’s sex clubs as he joined a fetish crowd.

Speculation is circulating online that the Tesla mogul was denied entry into the exclusive Berghain nightclub while in the German capital.

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Elon Musk allegedly visited the KitKatClub in BerlinCredit: Newsflash
The club is renowned for its dress code that allows partygoers to wear lingerie or latex

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The club is renowned for its dress code that allows partygoers to wear lingerie or latexCredit: Newsflash
The KitKatClub has the motto is 'Do what you want but stay in communication'

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The KitKatClub has the motto is ‘Do what you want but stay in communication’Credit: Newsflash

Last week, Musk marked the opening of Tesla’s new gigafactory located on the outskirts of Berlin.

Clubgoers reportedly spotted the billionaire in the KitKatClub on Friday before he went to other venues, Blick reported.

The fetishist club has a strict dress code and partygoers can wear latex, leather, glamour, or nothing at all.

The KitKatClub, which opened in 1994, has the motto “Do what you want but stay in communication”.

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The club is decorated with ultraviolet light and extravagant paintings produced by the Berlin photographer Vigor Calma, who is known as “The Dreamer”.

But, photography is banned inside the venue.

Musk also attended the electro-inspired nightclub Sisyphos after celebrating entrepreneur Adeo Ressi’s birthday.

Partygoers can immerse themselves in a festival-like atmosphere at the club.

The Tesla CEO was spotted despite trying to disguise his identity as he wore a Zorro mask.

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Speculation is circulating online that Musk was refused entry from the famous Berghain nightclub.

Berghain is one of the most exclusive nightclubs in Germany and has a notoriously strict door policy.

It’s renowned for its world-class techno music and high-end club culture.

Clubbers reportedly have stickers put over their phone cameras and photography is banned, according to the site Don’t Die Wondering.

Sven Marquardt, a guard at the club wrote in his 2014 memoirs: “I don’t mind letting in the odd lawyer in a double-breasted suit with his Gucci Prada wife.

“If they make a good impression, let them in.”

Sometimes, partygoers wait hours in line and there’s no guarantee that they will be allowed in.

Musk tweeted on Sunday: “They wrote PEACE on the wall at Berghain! I refused enter.”

MUSK ‘BARRED’

In a second post, he vented: “Peace. Peace? I hate the word. Those who do care about peace (myself aspirationally included) don’t need to hear it.

“And those who don’t care about peace? Well.”

He later tweeted: “Berlin rocks.”

Twitter users rushed to speculate that Musk had been denied entry.

One shared a meme that read: “Getting rejected from Berghain starter pack.”

A series of snaps showing Musk dancing, wearing a cowboy hat, and posing with his thumbs up were used in the meme.

Another posted: “It’s vibes bro you missed out.”

Some social media users claimed they were at Berghain when Musk was allegedly refused entry.

It’s not known if security staff denied the Tesla CEO entry.

Some Twitter users shared their experiences of getting rejected from Berghain.

One claimed security staff has denied them entry on eight occasions after waiting in lines for five hours.

Meanwhile, others branded Musk a “loser”.

Musk was in Berlin as Tesla opened its first European “gigafactory”.

It’s set to produce up to 500,000 cars when it’s at full operation.

Musk danced as the first cars rolled out of the electric car plant.

It comes as it was revealed the Tesla founder now owns a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter.

It makes him the biggest shareholder as it’s four times the amount owned by founder Jack Dorsey.

He has more than 80million followers on the site and his massive influence could produce big changes in the near future.

Last week, Musk was reportedly giving “serious thought” to building a new social media platform.

A Twitter user asked: “Would you consider building a new social media platform, @elonmusk?

“One that would consist an open-source algorithm, one where free speech and adhering to free speech is given top priority, one where propaganda is very minimal. I think that kind of a platform is needed.”

Musk responded: “Am giving serious thought to this.”

He asked his millions of followers a question about free speech.

He said: “Free speech is essential to a functioning democracy. Do you believe Twitter rigorously adheres to this principle?.”

The answer was overwhelming as 70.4 percent of users responded”no.”

More than 2million people responded to the survey.

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Musk followed up with another tweet, encouraging folks to “please vote carefully.”

He vowed: “The consequences of this poll will be important.”

Twitter users speculated that Musk had been rejected from the exclusive Berghain club

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Twitter users speculated that Musk had been rejected from the exclusive Berghain clubCredit: Reuters

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