Member of the European Parliament Jozsef Szajer provides a speech to launch the marketing campaign of the right-wing Fidesz ruling celebration forward of the European Parliament elections on April 5, 2019 in Budapest. (PETER KOHALMI/AFP by way of Getty)
The organiser of a homosexual intercourse celebration that broke COVID restrictions, attended by anti-LGBT+ Hungarian MEP Jozsef Szajer, has insisted that the group of males did nothing fallacious.
Szajer, a prime official and one of many founders of Viktor Orbán’s anti-LGBT+ Fidesz celebration, resigned over the weekend after he was arrested for breaching coronavirus restrictions on the homosexual intercourse celebration.
The celebration was held on Friday (27 November), and was busted by police who burst in to discover a group of bare males.
The MEP, who drafted Hungary’s new homophobic structure defining “the establishment of marriage as between a person and a lady” as “the idea of the household and nationwide survival”, was noticed climbing out of a window and fleeing down the road.
Szajer didn’t produce identification for the police, however was recognized after declaring he was an MEP and attempting to invoke diplomatic immunity.
Now, the organiser of the orgy has come ahead and insisted that they did nothing fallacious, regardless of Belgian coronavirus restrictions limiting shut contact to 1 different individual.
In response to The Impartial, 29-year-old doctoral pupil David Manzheley mentioned of Szajer’s arrest: “I didn’t know this man. I didn’t know he was an MEP. At my events I invite associates they usually convey different associates.”
Recalling the police bursting in, he mentioned: “Swiftly, the police had been in my lounge shouting, ‘Identification playing cards! Instantly!’
“However we didn’t even have any underwear on. How might we present our ID playing cards? That made the cops much more indignant. They had been very imply and mentioned horrible issues about homosexual folks.”
Manzheley mentioned he had created a rule to supposedly make the homosexual intercourse celebration protected – everybody in attendance needed to have already contracted COVID-19.
He continued: “To be sincere, I don’t see the issue. There have been two nurses there, they usually didn’t assume it was harmful both.”
“We speak, now we have a drink – similar to on the cafe,” he added. “The one distinction is that within the meantime, we’re having intercourse with one another. I don’t see what’s fallacious with that. We’re all adults, every thing is by mutual consent.”
On Tuesday (1 December), Jozsef Szajer apologised for breaking COVID restrictions, though he didn’t admit that he had attended a intercourse celebration.
He mentioned: “I’m sorry that I broke the foundations of meeting, this was irresponsible on my half, and I’ll take the sanctions that include it.”
The superb for breaking coronavirus restrictions is €250 (£224).