Orgy Guests Thought Cops Were Part of Fun, Unzipped Their Pants

“We weren't even wearing pants, how in God’s name could we quickly conjure up our identity card?”


Police in Belgium got an unusually warm welcome when called to shut down a gay orgy breaking quarantine recently. Included among the attendees was homophobic right-wing Hungarian politician József Szájer, who was allegedly detained trying to escape by shimmying down a drainpipe. He later announced his resignation as a Member of the European Parliament at the end of the year as a result. According to the Daily Mail, police made 20 arrests at the orgy where most guests disrobed upon arrival. But apparently, some of the partygoers thought the geared-up cops were part of the entertainment and tried to unzip the unsuspecting officers’ pants.

“We don't sit around drinking tea,” party organizer David Manzheley was quoted in the Daily Mail. “People are here for sex.”

According to the 29-year-old Manzheley, the orgy was a private event originally limited to 10 virus-free attendees. The problem came when invitees brought guests with them, bringing the total to over double what was planned. The party was in full swing when the police entered the apartment.

“Suddenly my whole living room was full of cops,” he was quoted in the Daily Mail as telling Het Laatste Nieuws in a separate interview.

“They immediately started shouting: ‘Identity card! Now!’” Manzheley continued. “But we weren't even wearing pants, how in God's name could we quickly conjure up our identity card?”

The orgy would normally have been legal, but such events are currently not permitted due to restrictions resulting from the global pandemic.


News of the notoriously homophobic Szájer’s participation in the event created a scandal in Hungary where he is best known as the co-founder of the right-wing Fidesz party and is a key ally of the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The two men formed Fidesz in 1988 to protest the occupation of their country by the former Soviet Union. The party later shifted to a more socially conservative platform following the collapse of the communist superpower. Szájer is married to Tünde Hando, a justice on the Constitutional Court of Hungary. Together they have a daughter. The 59-year-old Szájer was sharply criticized by Orban, and he apologized for his involvement in the affair. He was ultimately not charged for his actions since he has diplomatic immunity.


Hungarian politician József Szájer, who was allegedly detained trying to escape the orgy by going down a drainpipe

.For his part, Manzheley said he thinks the cops were tipped by rival party organizers. He complained of rough treatment by the police but has not been charged. Still, Manzheley said his party filled a natural need of the community. The two men formed Fidesz in 1988 to protest the occupation of their country by the former Soviet Union. The party later shifted to a more socially conservative platform following the collapse of the communist superpower. Szájer is married to Tünde Hando, a justice on the Constitutional Court of Hungary. Together they have a daughter. The 59-year-old Szájer was sharply criticized by Orban, and he apologized for his involvement in the affair. He was ultimately not charged for his actions since he has diplomatic immunity.

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