Guests at 'daddy orgy' that anti-LGBT MEP fled thought cops were 'part of the show' and 'tried to undo their trousers'

GUESTS at an all-male orgy mistook cops who ordered the break up of the lockdown-flouting sex-fest as part of the show, it is claimed.

Organiser David Manzheley said some of the party-goers even tried to undo officer's trousers.



Guests included a married anti-LGBT MEP named Josef Szajer from Hungary, who allegedly tried to clamber out of a window when cops arrived.

Mr Manzhley said some of the attendees "tried to unzip the pants of the policemen because they thought that the raid was part of the orgy".

Several diplomats were also nicked after taking part in the lockdown-busting sex party yards from the city's central police station.

Gatherings are limited to four people in Belgium, which has suffered one of the worst Covid death tolls in Europe.

NOT HERE TO PARTY

But the organiser of the orgy, 29-year-old PhD student David Manzheley, insisted they had done 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 daily Het Laatste Nieuws.

“To be honest, I don’t see the problem. There were two nurses there, and they didn’t think it was dangerous either.”

He added of the raid: “Suddenly my whole living room was full of cops.

CAUGHT IN THE ACT

“They immediately started shouting, ‘ID card! Now!’ But we weren’t even wearing underpants. How the hell could we quickly pull out our ID cards?

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

Stunned cops caught around 20 people, mostly men, naked in the act when they burst in on the sex party yards from the city's central police station.

A source close to the case declared: "We interrupted a gang bang!"

They were called to the area around 9.30 Friday night after neighbours complained.

RISKY BUSINESS

Horny Hungarian was reportedly caught hobbling down the street with bloody knees after fleeing through a first-floor window.

Cops said he had narcotics, but the politician denies this and has offered to take a drug test.

He announced his resignation from the European Parliament and the Fidesz party Sunday.

Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's Fidesz party has a focus on traditional Christian family values.

The lockdown-breaking MEP helped draft the 2011 Hungarian constitution which outlaws same-sex marriage and has been used to restrict the freedom of LGBT citizens.

One recent amendment ensures only heterosexual married couples can adopt children.

This year the government said Hungary said would not take part in next year’s Eurovision song contest because it was “too gay”.


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