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Police Break Up 50-Person Sex Orgy After Busting Covid Rule-Breaking Brothel

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Police Break Up 50-Person Sex Orgy After Busting Covid Rule-Breaking Brothel

While you might have been celebrating the new year with loved ones or on Zoom (thanks Omicron) there were 50 people in Spain having a much better time as they were participating in a sex party to welcome 2022.

Police found out about - and subsequently broke up - the orgy after two of the invited guests gave away the private gathering when they knocked on the door or the wrong house.

They had one job. Well maybe a few more given the circumstances.

The orgy took place in LIica d’Amunt near Barcelona. Credit: Google Maps
The orgy took place in LIica d’Amunt near Barcelona. Credit: Google Maps
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Officers discovered more than 50 people had breached local Covid restrictions by turning up at the property in LIica d’Amunt near Barcelona for the sex party.

Spanish daily El Mundo said a local raised the alarm after two people tried to enter his house wrongly thinking it was the orgy venue.

The sex party was reportedly organised by a group of Americans who hired prostitutes to celebrate New Year’s Eve and the arrival of 2022.

The homeowner is said to have been aware of the type of gathering that took place.

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New Year's fireworks over Barcelona. Credit: Alamy
New Year's fireworks over Barcelona. Credit: Alamy

An unidentified number of people - believed to be between 50 and 70 - now face fines as the rules stated that a maximum of 10 were able to meet up for New Year’s Eve in Spain’s north-east Catalan region under newly-introduced Covid restrictions.

A night-time curfew lasting from 1am to 6am is also in force.

This isn't the first time the restrictions have been broken in the name of sex - believe it or not. Back in February, Spanish police raided an illegal brothel to find 19 Frenchmen had breached Covid regulations in force at the time by crossing the border in search of sex.

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The men were among 39 punters and 21 sex workers identified during the operation at an unnamed hotel in Capmany, a 20-minute drive from France.

Catalan officers said it was functioning 'discreetly' as a brothel.

Detectives made no arrests but identified the men and warned them they would face heavy fines that would be sent to their home addresses.

The women were also identified before being questioned as part of a human trafficking investigation.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: News, Crime, Coronavirus

Rebecca Shepherd
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