Hungarian MEP József Szájer resigned and admitted to being at illegal sex party in Brussels, violating Brussels restrictions – lockdown law. MEP József Szájer announced his resignation on Sunday according to Hungarian media. Belgian police had announced that diplomats and an MEP participated in a lockdown sex party in central Brussels.
Here come the exact declaration of MEP József Szájer according to Hungarian Media.
I am sorry that I have violated the rules of assembly, it was irresponsible on my part, I will take the penalties for that.
MEPJózsef Szájer, EPP group
“The police say that an ecstasy pill was found. It is not mine, I don’t know who placed it and how,” MEP József Szájer added.
Belgium Lockdown – Coronavirus restrictions
From Monday 26 October a curfew is in force in the whole of the Brussels-Capital Region between 10pm and 6am. Exceptions include only moves for travel to or from work, setting off on or returning from a trip abroad, force majeure or seeking medical treatment.
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All cultural activities, including exhibitions in museums, concerts, plays and films shown in cinemas and cultural centres are banned. Sporting facilities, including sports halls, swimming pools and gyms will close and all sports training for those over the age of 12 is forbidden. So the law includes all options of culture and sports activities and of course Brussels sex parties.
€250 fine for Sex party
All attendees of the Brussels sex party have to pay a €250 fine. The police also found drugs at the scene and started another investigation.
Belgium’s new coronavirus restrictions do not allow big “sex parties”
Belgium has eased its coronavirus restrictions ahead of the festive season by allowing shops to reopen. The new measures include also Sex Parties and all culture gatherings. Celebrations are very limited like Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Visits to the homes of family and friends are not allowed. For people living alone a sex party can only have close contact with two people from outside their household. Families and households can only invite one extra person over to celebrate Christmas.
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