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Anti-Gay Politician Resigns After Being Caught Leaving 25-Person Orgy Through Window

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Anti-Gay Politician Resigns After Being Caught Leaving 25-Person Orgy Through Window

An anti-gay Hungarian politician has resigned after being caught by police leaving the scene of a 25-person sex party.

Jozsef Szajer, who is also a Member of the European Parliament, was discovered by authorities in Belgium exiting the orgy via a drainpipe and 'fleeing along the gutter', according to The Guardian.

Politico reports police in Belgium responded to reports of a night-time disturbance at a residence above a gay bar in Brussels and were shocked to discover a 'gang bang' that involved mainly men.

The public prosecutor's office said: "A passer-by reported to the police that he had seen a man fleeing along the gutter; he was able to identify the man.

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"The man's hands were bloody. It is possible that he may have been injured while fleeing. Narcotics were found in his backpack. The man was unable to produce any identity documents. He was escorted to his place of residence, where he identified himself as S. J. (1961) by means of a diplomatic passport."

Szajer has admitted that he was at a 'private party' and has apologised for breaking the country's strict lockdown rules.

"I didn't use drugs, I told the police on the spot I was willing to undergo an official test, but they didn't do one. The police said an ecstasy pill was found. It was not mine, I don't know who planted it or how. I made a statement to the police about this," he said in a statement.

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He said police gave him a 'verbal warning' and admits that it was 'irresponsible on my part'. Other men who attended the party were fined €250 for breaking the rules. The BBC reports Szajer tried to get parliamentary immunity, but is now under investigation.

As a result of breaching coronavirus restrictions, he has offered his resignation and asked people to treat the incident as something that is 'strictly personal'.

"I ask everyone not to extend it to my homeland, or to my political community," he added.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has previously admitted that while his country is 'tolerant' to the LGBT community, there have been several measures introduced to restrict LGBT people, including banning them from adopting children.

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Jozsef Szajer has contributed to that by helping rewrite Hungary's constitution that ensured the 'institution of marriage' was defined 'as the union of a man and a woman'.

Szájer was also a founding member of Fidesz, a political party which explicitly opposes LGBT equalisation legislation. The politician is currently married to Tünde Handó, a justice on the Constitutional Court of Hungary.

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Topics: News, LGBT

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