Conservative MP from Hungary admits he attended party interrupted by police...

A member of the European Parliament representing Hungary admitted this Tuesday (1st) that he participated in a party in Brusselsin Belgium, interrupted by the police last week. Such events are prohibited in the country because of confinement measures against the coronavirus, and he called for resignation on Sunday.

Belgian press reports say Hungarian parliamentarian Jozsef Szajer participated in an orgy, but he declined to comment. The MEP is one of the founders of the conservative Fidesz party, the same as Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and with critical positions to what they call Western Europe’s “liberal values”.

Szajer said the police stopped him and took him home after giving him a verbal warning.

“It was irresponsible on my part and I will suffer the consequences,” said the deputy.

2 of 2 Hungarian deputy Jozsef Szajer in 1998 photo – Photo: Tibor Rozsahegyi / Archive / AP Photo

Hungarian deputy Jozsef Szajer in 1998 photo – Photo: Tibor Rozsahegyi / Archive / AP Photo

The resignation came after the Belgian newspaper HLN reported that local police raided a property on Friday located above a cafe in central Brussels. There, there was an orgy with at least 25 people, including diplomats – the capital of Belgium is home to part of the European Union’s offices.

The HLN does not name Szajer by name, but reported that a Hungarian deputy was arrested trying to escape from the party venue and he asked to resign at domingo, same date that the conservative parliamentarian announced that he would step down.

In a note sent to the Associated Press, the prosecutor’s office in Brussels confirmed that a party was interrupted on Friday after receiving a call from “night disturbance”. However, the authorities did not confirm that it was a group sex party.

The statement also says that a person with the initials SJ – the same as the deputy – was detained claiming diplomatic immunity and that he was only able to prove this condition by showing his passport, already at home.

According to the prosecution, there were ecstasy pills in this detainee’s backpack. Szajer, on Tuesday, denied being in possession of drugs and said he offered to undergo a drug test during the police approach, but that the police did not carry it out.

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