Double-murderer Rurik Jutting romped with eight prostitutes in a Phillippine hotel and before paying them with a suitcase of cash, it has been claimed.

Surrey-born ex-banker Jutting, 31, is starting a life sentence in Hong Kong for the savage double-murder of sex workers of Sumarti Ningsih and Seneng Mujiasih.

He tortured Ningsih over three days and described revelling in the killings.

During his trial, it emerged how Jutting's life went into a tailspin as he became gripped by cocaine, alcohol and energy drinks. He was increasingly interested in sadistic sexual fantasies, which the court heard culminated in the murders in October 2014.

The case brought Jutting's perverse urgings under the microscope and it has since been revealed how he took a suitcase packed with cash to sex parties in the Philippines.

The Sun on Sunday reports he used to travel to a £400-a-night hotel in Angeles City – dubbed the "Sin City" because of the open sex trade there – four times a year for orgies.

Hotel regular Flores Acedillo told the newspaper: "The room was so big. One night he had eight girls at one time. He would bring us presents, clothes and sex toys and telephones. There was a jacuzzi. It wasn't big enough for all of us, but Rurik and three girls would go in and have sex. Other girls would then take their place."

Another girl said: "He'd have a case full of money. The strange thing is when I saw the TV pictures of the murder scene: it was same suitcase the body was in."

During sentencing, judge Michael Stuart-Moore said Jutting "plumbed the very depths of depravity".

"He described himself as evil and a monster and neither description is adequate to bring home the true horror of what he did to that woman," the judge said. "This is one of the most horrifying murder cases to ever come before the courts in Hong Kong."

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Sumarti Ningsih (L) and Seneng Mujiasih whose bodies were found inside Rurik Jutting's luxury apartment in Hong Kong Handout