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Guests at gay sex party where Hungarian MEP was arrested thought cops were ‘part of the fun’ and ‘tried to undo their pants’

Josh Milton December 4, 2020
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Member of the European Parliament Jozsef Szajer gives a speech to launch the campaign of the right-wing Fidesz ruling party ahead of the European Parliament elections on April 5, 2019 in Budapest. (PETER KOHALMI/AFP via Getty)

When police burst open the doors of a gay orgy attended by top anti-LGBT+ Hungarian official Jozsef Szajer, orgy-goers thought the cops were “part of the fun” and tried to “unzip their pants”.

Clearly mistaking the police for a different kind of pig, attendees of the party in Brussels, Belgium, assumed law enforcement banging down the doors was a precursor of what was to come, organisers told Polish news outlet Onet.

Polish orgy organiser David Manzheley said the some 20 predominantly naked men attending the bash in the heart of the city’s gay village “tired to unzip the pants of the police officers because they thought that the raid was part of the orgy”.

Among the attendees was Szajer, a senior conservative politician in the European Parliament and a once well-regarded figure in the right-wing party Fidesz.

Szajer, a founding member of the governing party and longtime ally of prime minister Viktor Orbàn, in fact, helped draft the country’s constitution a decade ago that defined marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, as well as recently pitching a proposal that could block same-sex couples from adopting.

Police raided the party and arrested Szajer, among others, for breaching coronavirus restrictions at the gay sex party – the 59-year-old abruptly resigned as an MEP and flanked by Orbàn after.

‘Daddy orgy’ host claims Jozsef Szajer tried to flee the party from the window 

Manzheley, who has hosted “daddy orgies” for two years, claimed that his parties are attended by politicians from across Europe, including France, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Spain and Ukraine.

But “Poles and Hungarians” were regular attendees, he claimed, including lawmakers from PiS, Poland’s own right-wing ruling party that has sought to erode LGBT+ rights in the country.

He noted that after police opened the unlocked door to the function, József Szájer tried to jump out of the apartment window. “I was busy with other guests then, so all I could see was the open window,” he said.

“My apartment is on the second floor, so it was too high to jump out onto the street. Eventually, Szájer stayed in the apartment and was taken by the police.”

Jozsef Szajer is married to Tunde Hando, a justice on Hungary’s Constitutional Court.

The office of the Brussels public prosecutor said in a statement that police intervened last Friday (27 November) after neighbours complained about noise.

“A passer-by reported to the police that he had seen a man fleeing” the scene, the prosecutor’s statement said, adding: “The man’s hands were bloody.

“It is possible that he may have been injured while fleeing. Narcotics were found in his backpack.

“The man was unable to produce any identity documents. He was escorted to his place of residence, where he identified himself as SJ (1961) by means of a diplomatic passport,” the prosecutor said, the initials and date of birth matching Szajer’s.

Related topics: Brussels, European Parliament, fidesz, gay sex, Hungary, Jozsef Szajer, orgy, PiS, Poland, sex party

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