Brussels: far-right MEP Zayer Josef goes to the coronary orgy uninvited...

Brussels: far-right MEP Zayer Josef goes to the coronary orgy uninvited...
Brussels: far-right MEP Zayer Josef goes to the coronary orgy uninvited...

New information about the controversial case of the coronary orgy that took place last Friday amid a pandemic in Brussels, in which the Hungarian MEP Zayer Josef also participated, is coming to light. It is worth noting that only men participated in the pink party and Joseph belongs to Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party, under Viktor Orban, known for his homophobic views. The party was expelled from the EPP last March.

According to the Hungarian Blikk, citing the Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure, the 29-year-old doctoral student David Manzheley, who was the organizer of the pink party, claims that he invited only 10 people, but some brought their friends, which increased the crowd. very. As for the Hungarian MEP, he was not invited either, but he was in an orgy through an acquaintance. The 29-year-old is said to have pointed out that he had asked those present to have already fallen ill and recovered from the coronavirus, so that there is more security.

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Manzheley also gave information about how the police raid took place and claimed that the police were not polite to the crowd gathered for the pink party: “They were very rude, they insulted us”, he allegedly said. Describing what happened when they were asked for IDs, he said: “But how could we give our IDs quickly while we were not even wearing our underwear.”

Police appear to have been called to the scene after neighbors complained of breaches of coronavirus restraint measures. According to Hungarian media reports, the MEP tried to escape through the gutter, but was arrested by police and drugs were found in his backpack. A Belgian newspaper even writes that Zayer was naked when he was arrested.

In a statement on Sunday, 58-year-old Zayer admitted that he was present at the pink party and announced that he was resigning from the European Parliament and retiring from political life. The Hungarian MEP apologizes for violating the restrictive conditions against the coronavirus, but denies the use of drugs.

Statement by Zayer Josef:

«The news in the Belgian press reported on a private party in Brussels on Friday. I was present. The police asked for my ID and – as I did not have an ID – I declared that I was an MEP. The police continued the process and finally with an official verbal warning took me to my house.

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I did not use drugs. I offered to do a drug test, but they did not accept. According to the police, they found an “ecstasy” pill, but it is not mine and I do not know who and how placed it there.

I deeply regret the breach of the restrictions on COVID, it was irresponsible of me. I am ready to pay the fine.

I ended my resignation on Sunday, drawing my political and personal conclusions.

I apologize to my family, my colleagues, my constituents. I ask them to evaluate my mistake taking into account the 30 years of dedication and hard work. The mistake is strictly personal, I am the only one responsible for it. I ask everyone not to blame my country (Hungary) or my political group (EPP)).

Szájer József»

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