MEP & diplomats in 25-strong lockdown orgy busted by cops in Brussels

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A EURO MP and several diplomats were nicked after taking part in a lockdown-busting orgy in the heart of Brussels.

Belgian cops caught 25 people, mostly men, stark naked in the act when they burst in on the sex party – just yards from the city’s central police station.

An MEP was involved in an orgy in Brussels last week – breaking lockdown rules

A source close to the case declared: “We interrupted a gang bang!”

When officers arrived at the bonk-fest, the MEP tried to do a runner through a first-floor window.

But he reportedly injured his leg during the doomed escape bid and was nabbed by cops.

Sources said he then attempted to avoid arrest by flashing his parliament badge and claiming immunity from prosecution.

Gatherings of four or more people are currently not allowed in Belgium.

The orgy took place on Friday evening above a bar right next to Brussels’ historic Grand Place square.

In a statement the city’s public prosecutor said those involved were “fined for failure to comply with health measures”.

The penalty for breaching Covid rules is £225, which is less than the £280 a day stipend MEPs get just for turning up to their jobs.

Several diplomats were also at the party, at which drugs were seized, according to local media. 

Belgian euro MP Assita Kanko fumed: “Terribly inappropriate. The MEP present must certainly be punished. Everyone equal before the law.”

Ryanair made fun of the incident by advertising cheap seats for “a quick escape from Brussels”.

In a tweet the budget airline quipped: “In this case we don’t recommend the window seat.”

An EU Parliament source said the MEP would not be helped by diplomatic immunity as it only covers legal issues related to his work.

They added: “There is nothing wrong with participating in a sex party of any kind.

“However, such kinds of meetings with many people are illegal under Belgian coronavirus laws.”

 

A spokesman for the EU Parliament said the body hadn’t yet been contacted by police about the incident.

He added: “Parliament doesn’t investigate the private life of people. If there was misconduct it is up to the relevant authorities to act.”

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