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'Anti-Gay' Hungarian Politician Resigns After Attending '20-Man Lockdown Orgy'

Jake Massey

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'Anti-Gay' Hungarian Politician Resigns After Attending '20-Man Lockdown Orgy'

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A right-wing politician in Hungary has resigned after he was caught at a '20-man lockdown orgy'.

József Szájer, a senior member of the Fidesz party, was reportedly spotted fleeing the party in Brussels on Friday with 'bloody hands', with police finding drugs in his backpack.

Szájer was caught at the orgy on Friday night. Credit: PA
Szájer was caught at the orgy on Friday night. Credit: PA

Officers found around 20 naked men at the party above a bar in the Belgian capital, with newspaper La Dernière Heure quoting a local police source as saying: "We interrupted a gang-bang."

Szájer represented Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in the European Parliament and was part of a government that has fought against LGBTQ causes.

He also drafted changes to the Hungarian constitution, which emphasised the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.

The 59-year-old - who is married to judge Tünde Handó, with whom he has a daughter - resigned on Sunday.

In a statement, he said: "A newspaper article appeared in the Belgian press today about a house party in Brussels on Friday, which I attended. After the police asked for my identity - since I did not have ID on me - I declared that I was an MEP.

"The police continued the process and finally issued an official verbal warning and transported me home.

"I did not use drugs. I offered to the police to take an instant test, but they did not do it.

"Police said an ecstasy pill was found. It's not mine, I don't know who placed it and how. I made a statement to the police about this."

Szájer apologised to his family. Credit: PA
Szájer apologised to his family. Credit: PA

He continued: "I deeply regret violating the Covid restrictions - it was irresponsible on my part. I am ready to pay the fine that occurs. With my resignation on Sunday I drew the political and personal consequences.

"I apologise to my family, to my colleagues, to my voters. I ask them to evaluate my misstep against a background of 30 years of devoted and hard work.

"The misstep is strictly personal. I am the one who owns responsibility for it."

Szájer reportedly tried to plead diplomatic immunity when officers arrived at the scene, and a spokesperson for the public prosecutor's office confirmed to Euronews that two attendees pled diplomatic immunity - though they didn't name names.

In a statement, the spokesperson 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.

"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."

Topics: Police, World News, lockdown, Politics

Jake Massey
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