Police Raid Spanish NYE Orgy

Police Raid 50-Person Orgy in Spain for Breaching Covid Restrictions

If you’ve travelled to Spain, there’s no denying they’re a passionate people. Free of the social shackles Australians put themselves in, we can assume the pandemic has been extremely tough for our fiesta loving friends. To make matters worse, the country was limited to a maximum of 10 people per household over New Year’s Eve, which might as well be a death sentence for Mediterraneans. However, some locals simply couldn’t be denied. As the country counted down the last few minutes of 2021, police were called to break up a 50 person orgy in Llica d’Amunt near Barcelona. Rules are rules, amigos.

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Police Raid Spanish NYE Orgy

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Law enforcement became aware of the sex party after two of the guests knocked on the wrong door of the wrong house. The Spanish Daily El Mundo reported that locals raised the alarm after two people tried to enter the house, thinking it was the orgy venue. Talk about a boneheaded move…

According to reports, guests were ‘having sex’ across several upstairs rooms in the property found by police. Two Americans organised the event, inviting a number of prostitutes and locals to celebrate the arrival of 2022. Following the breach, anywhere between 50 and 70 people have been identified and fined.

Earlier that week, French police had to break up over 100 people gathering for a warehouse orgy in Paris due to COVID-19 rules. Officials raided the love festival in the suburb of Collegien, after being notified individuals were meeting up for what was called a ‘libertine’ party.

While Delta and Omicron variants ravage the world, the spread of coronavirus could is the least of their worries in parts of Europe.

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