Exclusive: Flamboyant multi-millionaire Babak Moini hosts wild Mosman house party - and you won’t believe the debauchery!

Philathropist and Mosman resident Babak Moini with weekend party-goers.

Philathropist and Mosman resident Babak Moini with weekend party-goers.

 

IF YOU THINK YOU HAD A WILD WEEKEND, JUST WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE THIS! AN OUTRAGEOUSLY DECADENT HOUSE PARTY IN MOSMAN HAS HERALDED IN A NEW ERA OF UNBRIDLED HEDONISM ON SYDNEY’S LOWER NORTH SHORE, WITH MORE THAN 300 GLAMOROUS LOCALS EMBRACING A NIGHT OF VANITY AND DECADENCE, AS ANNA USHER REPORTS.

 
 

With the dress code strictly requiring guests to follow a “flamboyant gay” theme, Sydney’s rich and famous knew to expect an extravagant evening at the Muston St mansion of Babak Moini.

What they didn’t anticipate, was a wild display of outrageous debauchery and decadence, at an exclusive party for 350 revellers that featured Drag Queens, dwarfs and miniature donkeys.

Local legend: ‘Bobby of Balmoral’ a.k.a Babak Moini.

Local legend: ‘Bobby of Balmoral’ a.k.a Babak Moini.

Speaking exclusively to Mosman Collective, Mr. Moini, also known as ‘Bobby of Balmoral’, said local residents are still recovering, after watching his real-life Mardi Gras unfold on Saturday night.

“The neighbours have never seen anything like it,” he said, “the Met Gala came to Mosman and my party was the hottest ticket in town.” 

A carefully curated list of revellers, all dressed in elaborate costumes, arrived at Mr. Moini’s Muston St residence in a fleet of chauffeured vehicles, shortly after 8pm. With inhibitions left at the front door, guests entered an immersive world of glamorous sophistication and unbridled hedonism, with no expense spared.

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Naked models covered in sushi, topless waiters and erotic human statues quickly set the risqué mood, with bottomless cocktails and a Moet vending machine only fuelling the wonton display of pageantry that was to come. 

For five jaw-dropping hours, party goers indulged in a Bacchanalia of cage dancing and hula hooping, as synchronised swimmers performed in the pool - and a pair of bawdy Drag Queens held court in a luxurious backyard marquee.

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“We had some women turn up in nothing but body paint - and one man who came with just a ribbon around his penis,” Mr. Moini said.

“It was a crazy night for some of the Mosman guests, who are most likely in a deep state of shock,” he laughed, “because no matter where they looked, something very naughty was happening.”

With a budget of $100,000 and just six weeks to meet the elaborate requests of her client, event planner Amelia Johnson, from Bespoke Social, said the private gathering “exceeded all expectations, on every level.” 

Living large: Babak Moini sold his company for more than $600m.

Living large: Babak Moini sold his company for more than $600m.

“The elaborate costumes worn by our guests were on par with anything you’d see at the Mardi Gras – or the Met Gala,” she said.

“I don’t think there will ever be another house party like this in Mosman – it was the most opulent, outrageous event and we had people from all over Sydney begging to get on the guest list.

“Bobby had a Real Housewives cast member here, along with soap stars, high profile doctors, lawyers, models - and everyone in between.”

The co-Founder of Laser Clinics Australia, Mr. Moini cashed in on his company’s success two years ago, when investment firm KKR bought it out for more than $600 million.

He has lived in Mosman since 2015 and away from his love of partying, is well known for his philanthropy, particularly in the field of medical research. Multi-million-dollar donations, Mr. Moini says, are a social responsibility, allowing him to help “share the wealth and invest the wealth, for the betterment of everyone.”

Mosman Met: The most outrageous party ever held in conservative Mosman.

Mosman Met: The most outrageous party ever held in conservative Mosman.

“There are so many wonderful things to be thankful for – and that includes being able to host an outrageous party for my friends,” he said.

With a cleaning crew of 20 wrapping up at the Muston St house today, Mr. Moini says he is already planning next year’s “Mosman Met”.

“I’m not sure what the theme will be, but the aim is to make it bigger and better than Saturday night,” he said, “I’m just not sure if Muston St will cope.”

 

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