Upon complaints filed with police by neighbours irritated with loud music emanating from the bungalow, Mystic Villa, the police raided the place on March 26 and arrested 13 persons, including the organisers.
As the police arrived, some of the women rushed inside the rooms to hastily dress up. The raiding team found 11 men and women dancing to Bollywood music.
Among the accused were the son of ACP Traffic, Nandurbar, the nephew of the DSP, Nagpur, son of assistant collector of Aurangabad and the son of a PWD officer in Thane. No sooner than the police took them to a police station, they received calls from IAS and IPS officers in Mumbai, Nagpur and Pune.
The police have taken the blood samples of the arrested persons and sent them to a forensic laboratory for testing—the police have a doubt whether drugs were served at the bungalow.
A car with a yellow beacon light was apparently found parked inside the bungalow, said the cops.
One of the accused at the striptease party had booked the dancer girls online. He had apparently paid Rs 10,000 as advance and the remaining Rs 90,000 was to be paid after the party.