Hungarian anti-gay MEP resigns after closing to participate in gay orgy


  • Victor Orban’s ally resigned from the European Parliament after attending a 25-person orgy.
  • József Szájer left the post of MEP on Sunday after admitting he was present at a so-called “private party”.
  • According to the local press, police found Szájer and 24 other naked men at the rally, including diplomats.
  • Szájer played a key role in the Orbán government’s suppression of LGBTQI rights in Hungary.
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Victor Orbán, a member of the European Parliament representing the Fidesz party of the Hungarian Prime Minister, resigned from his post in Brussels after being captured leaving an orgy of 25, in which he took part.

Joseph Szájer resigned as a member of the European Parliament on Sunday after admitting that he had violated Belgium’s strict closure rules to attend a sex party, Politico reported. Police found 25 naked men at the rally, including Sájer and several diplomats, writes the Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure. A source in the local police told the newspaper, “We broke a gang bang.”

Orbán’s Hungarian government has restricted LGBTQI’s rights since he was elected prime minister in 2010.

Szájer, who stood before Fidesz in the European Parliament, helped rewrite Hungary’s constitution to “protect the institution of marriage as a union of a man and a woman,” wrote The Times of London.

The right-wing politician and Orbán’s ally were “spotted by a local man along the gutter,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement sent to Politico. According to a source close to the police investigation, officers were called to the scene “because of a legal complaint about the night disturbance.”

Police found drugs in Szájer’s bag. However, he insisted he did not take drugs.

The prosecutor’s office said: “A passer-by reported to the police that he had seen a man fleeing the gutter; he was able to identify the man. The man’s hand was bloody. It was possible that he was wounded in the meantime. They were escorted to his place of residence, where he identified himself as an SJ (1961) with a diplomatic passport. “

Mouth apologized for the incident, saying: “After the police asked for my identity – as I did not have an identity card – I declared that I was a Member of the European Parliament.

“Police continued the process, eventually issuing a formal verbal warning and repatriating.

“I am very sorry that I violated the Covid restrictions, it was irresponsible on my part. I am ready to stand up for the fine that will arise,” he said.

On Sunday, he announced his resignation as an MEP and asked people to treat the matter “strictly personal” against him.

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