Soldiers and police in Belgium allegedly had an orgy during terror lockdown

Colin Daileda
Belgian Police, Soldiers Allegedly Had Orgy During Lockdown
Belgian Police, Soldiers Allegedly Had Orgy During Lockdown



Belgian soldiers and police reportedly had a group sex party in Brussels, the nation's capital, while the city was on lockdown following a November attack by radicals in Paris that left 130 dead.

Eight male soldiers and two female police officers had an orgy at a police station in the Ganshoren neighborhood, according to the Belgian news outlet La Dernière Heure. Ganshoren is close to Molenbeek, the neighborhood that became the epicenter of a massive manhunt for suspects connected to the slaughter in Paris.

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The Belgian government had raised its threat level to four, the nation's highest, for a five-day period following the attacks.

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Soldiers had transformed the top floor of the Ganshoren station into a barracks for two weeks after the attacks, while the military and police searched the area. Around 15-20 soldiers slept in the barracks during that period.

A police spokesperson in Brussels told De Standaard that they hadn't heard about the orgy until they read about it in the news, but they've started an investigation.

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