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The Caravan Club was a gay and lesbian-friendly club in the basement of 81 Endell Street , London, that was the subject of a sensational court case in Following a police raid, the club's owners were accused of "exhibiting to the view of any person willing to pay for admission lewd and scandalous performances". The club opened on 14 July The Caravan Club was run by Jack Neave or Neaves aged 48 of Robert Street, London NW,  known as "Iron Foot Jack" as he wore a metal device on his boot to lengthen his right leg,  and was frequented by both gay men and lesbian women. Neave had previously run the Jamset and the Cosmopolitan  Wardour Street in the early s and was a former escapologist and "strongman", later described in court as a phrenologist.