Police breaking up MEP’s gay orgy were ‘mistaken for part of the entertainment’

New details are emerging from the lockdown -busting sex party that saw hard-right Hungarian MEP Josef Szajer fleeing through a window when it was broken up by Belgian police.

According to the organiser of the all-male affair, David Manzheley, some of the partygoers thought the police officers were all part of the entertainment.

He said that in some cases, they "tried to unzip the pants of the policemen because they thought that the raid was part of the orgy".

In Belgium, which has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic, social gatherings are limited to a maximum of four people. But the 29-year-old PhD student insists that he did nothing wrong.

“All my guests must have already had Covid-19, and must not have any symptoms. I trust that my friends would not lie about it,” he told Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.

He added that there were two nurses at the orgy, and if they didn’t think there was a risk he was inclined to take their word for it.

He said that when the police burst in they started demanding peoples’ ID cards… but as everyone at the party was naked it was very hard to comply with the request: “They immediately started shouting, ‘ID card! Now!’

"But we weren’t even wearing underpants," he added. "How the hell could we quickly pull out our ID cards?”

“That only made the officers angry,” he added, “They were very unfriendly and said mean things about gays.”

Josef Szajer was until very recently a member of Viktor Orbán's ruling Fidesz party, which has a hard-line stance on LGBT issues.

Szajer resigned from both his post and the party after news broke about the bizarre orgy bust.

Orbán described Szájer’s actions as “unacceptable and indefensible” and added that they had “no place in the values of our political family”, according to a statement from his office.

Orbán's government has recently announced that Hungary would no longer take part in the Eurovision song contest because it was “too gay”.

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