Petras Grazulis, a Lithuanian MP and politician who is known to be extremely conservative, especially on social issues, was recently seen on camera with an unclothed man. Throughout his career, he has been known as a vocal opponent of the LGBTQ+ community, but it appears that he may be living a secret life.
Grazulis participated in a zoom conference call with other members of parliament this week, but he accidentally turned his camera on in the middle of the call, revealing to viewers that there was a man that appeared to be naked standing right behind him. Nothing explicit can be seen in the footage, as only the man’s torso is visible, but there was clearly an intimate atmosphere in the room.
The camera feed was only visible for a few moments before Grazulis realized his mistake and turned the camera off, but by then his secret was already revealed.
Initially, Grazulis tried to claim that the man seen in the video was his son. However, when no one believed that excuse he said that the man in the video was a journalist named Andrius Tapinas. Although, the MP does not claim that Tapinas was actually there, considering that the two men do not like each other very much, as Tapinas is one of his sharpest critics.
Grazulis claimed that the journalist was “haunting” him and somehow edited himself into the live stream to embarrass him.
This excuse was also rejected by Lithuanians, who easily recognized that the man in the footage looked nothing like Tapinas. In fact, many people thought that the man in the footage appeared to be the famous Lithuanian performer Gabrielius Vagelis.
When asked by reporters about the footage, Vagelis did not confirm or deny the allegations at first, saying only that he “did not remember” the encounter in question.
“I don’t remember this situation, so it’s hard for me to comment,” Vagelis told the local publication 15Min.
However, Vagelis later said that after inspecting the video, he has more chest hair than the person who appeared with the politician. Vagelis went on to say that he does not know Grazulis personally, but he does not like what the politician has said in his speeches.
Grazulis is known for being extremely conservative on social issues. In 2012, he suggested that all gay people should leave Lithuania.
The Grazulis scandal comes just a week after an anti-gay MP in nearby Hungary was arrested fleeing a 25 man orgy with an ecstasy pill in his pocket. European MEP Jozsef Szajer, of Hungary, has faced international backlash after his arrest was reported.
Szajer is part of a political party that is incredibly hostile to gay rights. He even helped 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.
The accidental footage can be seen in the video below:
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