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Anti-Gay Hungarian Politician Resigns After Being Caught Fleeing 25-Man Orgy

During the raid, police caught Szajer desperately attempting to climb out of a first-floor window before “fleeing along the gutter.”

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During the raid, police caught Szajer desperately attempting to climb out of a first-floor window before “fleeing along the gutter.”

An anti-gay politician in Hungary who claimed to be a champion of so-called “Christian values” and represented the country’s ruling ultra-conservative Fidesz party has resigned in disgrace after being caught attempting to flee from a 25-man orgy on Friday.

Joszef Szajer, who represented Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party, resigned on Sunday after the humiliating incident in Brussels, where the well-known anti-LGBTQ politician was caught in the all-male orgy that took place in the red light district that is home to a number of gay bars.

Szajer being caught literally with his pants down is the most humiliating downfall possible for the conservative politician, who made a name for himself as a senior figure who helped spearhead Orban’s assault on LGBTQ rights since he was elected prime minister in 2010. Szajer played a key role helping to rewrite Hungary’s  constitution to “protect the institution of marriage as the union of a man and a woman,” according to The Times of London.

On Sunday, Szajer resigned after admitting that he flouted Belgium’s stringent lockdown rules to attend the sex party, reports Politico. According to the Brussels pubic prosecutor’s office, police intervened after neighbors reported a loud “night-time disturbance” in an apartment. They eventually found over 20 people in one apartment, incuding Szajer and other diplomats, the New York Times reports.

“We interrupted a gang bang,” one police source told Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure.

During the raid, police noticed Szajer desperately attempting to climb out of a first-floor window before “fleeing along the gutter,” according to the public prosecutor’s office.

Police also discovered drugs in Szajer’s bag. The right-wing politician denies having taken drugs on that night.

“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,” the public prosecutor’s statement said. “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,” the prosecutor added. “He was escorted to his place of residence, where he identified himself as S. J. (1961) by means of a diplomatic passport.” The initials and year of birth both match those of Szajer.

On Tuesday, Szajer confirmed that he was present at a “private party” before apologizing for breaking lockdown rules.

“After the police asked for my identity — since I did not have ID on me — I declared that I was a MEP,” the disgraced politician said.

“The police continued the process and finally issued an official verbal warning and transported me home,” he added. “I deeply regret violating the [coronavirus] restrictions, it was irresponsible on my part. I am ready to stand for the fine that occurs.”

Szajer also added that he hopes that the matter is seen as “strictly personal” and doesn’t reflect on his ideological cohort or his country.

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

Szajer was a founding member of the Fidesz party in March 1988. The far-right party has cast itself as a defender of conservative Christianity and frequently uses harsh anti-gay rhetoric. It recently proposed a law to ban gay adoption.

He is married to Tunde Hando, a Constitutional Court judge who formerly served as former president of the National Judiciary Office.

In a statement, Szajer’s conservative allies praised the politician for his service to the cause of Hungarian nationalism and so-called Christian values.

“On behalf of ourselves and our entire political community,” they said, “we, the members of the Fidesz-KDNP European Parliament group, thank Jozsef Szajer, who played a crucial role in enabling Hungarian civic conservatism and Christian democracy to occupy their rightful place in the European political arena.”

However, Szajer’s resignation – which is widely seen as a scandalous result of his insatiable need to participate in what the media is calling a “gay orgy” – is a major blow to the reputation of Fidesz, which has ruled the country for the past decade.

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