EU: MEP Who Drafted Homophobic Constitution Resigns After Breaking Lockdown To Attend Orgy With 25 Men

GUESTS at an all male sex party tried to unzip the pants of raiding police officers after mistaking them for ‘part of the act’ – an act that was strangely attended by an MEP slammed for his homophobic views.

Jozsef Szajer, a founding member of the governing party and longtime ally of prime minister Viktor Orbàn, helped draft the country’s constitution a decade ago that defined marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, as well as recently pitching a proposal that could block same-sex couples from adopting.

According to a statement from the federal prosecutor’s office, Szajer, a Hungarian MEP, was seen fleeing via a window and a rain gutter’s downspout in Brussels, his hands bloody, and an ecstasy pill in his backpack – though he later denied the drug was his.

Szajer was unable to produce any identity documents on the spot, so police escorted him to his home, where he identified himself using a diplomatic passport. Prior to the scandal, there were already rumors that he was gay, which former Fidesz politician Klára Ungár publicly asserted in 2015.

As the raid progressed, Polish orgy organiser David Manzheley said the some 20 predominantly naked men attending the bash in the heart of the city’s gay village “tired to unzip the pants of the police officers because they thought that the raid was part of the orgy”.

Szájer resigned as MEP on the 29th November 2020 after admitting breaking lockdown laws, and his resignation comes into effect at the end of December.

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The MEP has comically become a ‘gay icon’ in the city, with street art beginning to adorning public buildings

Szájer left Fidesz on 2 December 2020. Prime Minister and party leader Viktor Orbán told Magyar Nemzet: “what our fellow member József Szájer has done does not fit into the values of our political community. We will not forget and refuse his thirty years of work, but his actions are unacceptable and indefensible”. Fellow MEPs, including Márton Gyöngyösi, Manon Aubry, and Terry Reintke, slammed Szájer and Fidesz in light of the party’s stances on LGBT issues.

Although being a homosexual should never be seen as a negative, nor a ‘crime’ (for love is, after all, love), Szajer’s demonisation of the LGBT community, and thus rank hypocrisy, could indeed be viewed by many as ‘criminal’.

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