This is the MEP caught during a gay orgy in Brussels

This is the MEP caught during a gay orgy in Brussels
This is the MEP caught during a gay orgy in Brussels

Hungarian MEP Josef Sayer has admitted to attending a party in the Belgian capital, Brussels, which Belgian media have speculated has been a “sex party” attended only by men, including diplomats and MEPs.

The apartment where the party took place was stormed by the Belgian police after a signal from neighbors for loud noise and possible violation of the rules against the spread of COVID-19 in the city.

Sayer, 59, has been a politician for 30 years and is one of the founders of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, Viktor Orbán. He has been a member of the Hungarian Parliament four times and four more times in the European Parliament.

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However, he ended his political career on Sunday, November 29, when he surprisingly announced that he was resigning and would no longer be involved in politics, but without mentioning the party.

Two days later, he admitted that he had indeed attended the event, as information had already surfaced.

The explanation

Sayer made the confession in his position, which was spread to the Hungarian media on Tuesday afternoon. There he commented on the article in a Belgian newspaper, which mentioned that he had attended the party on Friday.

The Hungarian says that he explained to the arriving police officers that he is an MEP. However, he did not have identification documents with him, for which he received a warning from them, and then he was taken to his home.

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“I did not use drugs, I offered the police an official test on the spot, but they did not want to,” Sayer said. According to him, the police claim that an ecstasy pill was found in him, but they claim that it is not his. And he explained this to the uniformed men.

Sayer also regrets violating the regulations against COVID, which he describes as “irresponsible”. He states that he is ready to pay his fine, and with his resignation on Sunday he has assumed both political and personal responsibility.

The party

The Belgian prosecutor’s office confirms that the police in Brussels received a signal for a party around 9:30 pm on Friday. The signal was given by neighbors who complained about the noise and the possible violation of measures against COVID-19.

At present, such gatherings are banned in Brussels, and up to four people can only gather outdoors. An evening hour between 22:00 and 06:00 is also in force.

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However, the police found about 20 people in the apartment for which the signal was given. The documents of those present were checked. Two of them invoke their diplomatic immunity, according to the prosecution.

A random person told the police that he saw a man leaving the gathering, going down the gutter. Police later arrested the fugitive, who prosecutors said had bloodied hands and “may have been injured while fleeing” from the apartment. “Drugs” were found in his backpack, and he himself was unable to provide any identification documents.

He was accompanied to the place where he lives, where he identified himself as “SJ”, born in 1961. He did it with a diplomatic passport, the prosecutor’s office added.

Euronews says the initials match those of Josef Sayer, who was also born in 1961.

During the party, police prepared a report that those present did not comply with the measures around the pandemic of COVID-19, which will bring each a fine of 250 euros. At the same time, it notes that Sayer has violated the country’s drug laws.

The MEP’s resignation came two days after the party without being mentioned. On Sunday, without warning, he announced that he was resigning from the European Parliament, suspending his powers from 31 December. He explained that his participation in the daily political struggles had begun to lead to increasing mental tension for him.

“Those on the battlefield must be ready for battle,” Sayer added.

Fidesz and the Group of Christian Democrats in the European Parliament commented that they were “saddened” by the decision of the Hungarian MP. The group thanked Sayer for his service and praised his role in establishing Hungarian civic conservatism and Christian Democracy on the European political scene, Hungary Today quoted Webcafe as saying.

And on Tuesday came the recognition of the MEP.

“I apologize to my family, to my colleagues, to my voters. I want them to appreciate my mistake against the background of 30 years of dedicated and hard work. This mistake is very personal and I am solely responsible for it,” Sayer wrote.

The MEP is married. However, there is strong speculation in the foreign media that only men were present at the party.

Sayer himself is one of the authors of Hungary’s controversial 2010 constitution, which has been criticized by human rights activists on the grounds that it creates a harmful environment for members of the LGBT + community. Victor Orban’s government also wants to ban same-sex couples from adopting children.

The case was also used by political opponents of the Hungarian group in the European Parliament. Spanish Social Democrat MEP Monica Silvana Gonzalez, quoted by The Parliament magazine, said that one day Sayer “voted against the protection of the rights of the LGBT community, and the next he participated in an orgy with 24 men; this is the double standard of the right”. she adds.

The European Parliament commented that the Belgian authorities had not contacted them in connection with the incident. They point out that if an MEP has violated the anti-COVID-19 regulations, then it is the Belgian authorities who have the power to take action on the case.

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