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Police Break Up Yet Another Orgy In Brussels As 50 Naked Guests Attend Drug-Fueled Party

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Police in Brussels raided a sex party over the weekend, celebrating the birthday of a French woman. The party is said to have been a drug-fuelled orgy, with 50 naked guests and prostitutes.

On Saturday night, officers received complaints about the noises coming from a holiday home, opposite a hospital, in the village of Saint-Mard, Virton. Predicting the house to have around 20 people inside, police were stunned to find 50 naked French revellers.

The “pleasure-seekers” put together enough money to cover the cost of alcohol, drugs and escorts, for their 28-year-old friend’s cross-border orgy party. Brussels Times reported that at least one person was charged for possession of drugs and nitrous oxide (laughing gas).

The home belongs to a Flemish man who was unaware of the party’s intentions, as it was arranged through a third party.

However, this was not the first call out to an orgy by police for egregious breach of lockdown rules. In fact, just a couple of weeks ago, Hungarian anti-LGBT MEP Jozsef Szajer, was caught and arrested at an all-male sex party.

Desperately seeking to evade exposure of his orgy antics, Szajer jumped out a top floor window, scurried down a drainpipe. He harmed himself in his efforts and was subsequently caught and arrested. Szajer admitted to having ecstasy and later resigned from his post, after news emerged.

Just a few days later, police officers broke up an orgy attended by ten people in Paal, in the province of Limburg. According to local media, ‘scantily clad’ men and women could be seen through the window. Police’ ringing of the doorbell was initially ignored by the revellers, when they attempted to gain access to the property. All occupants were fined €250 for breaching COVID-19 rules.

Belgium currently has the worst coronavirus deaths per million of its population in the world and an orgy is not the best practice. There has been an increase in the number of daily infections. 2,762 cases were recorded on Saturday and another 4,978 on Sunday, with an overall increase of around 3% compared to the last week.