Belgian Cops Had Orgy Instead of Searching for Terrorists During Brussels Lockdown

Jake Anderson
December 31, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) It turns out martial law can be a natural, zesty enterprise. A new report claims that while the residents of Brussels remained indoors amid fears of a Paris-style terrorist attack, two female police officers and eight soldiers held a sex party at a police station in the Ganshoren neighborhood. Meanwhile, their colleagues were out on the streets searching for terror suspects.

Police spokesman Johan Berckmans confirmed 15 to 20 soldiers had been sleeping at the same police station near Molenbeek, where extensive anti-terror raids were being conducted. This police slumber party took place for two weeks in November to facilitate easier transportation for the agents. Evidently, during this time while Brussels was on lockdown and citizens were cut off from shops, schools, museums, theaters, and markets soldiers and police had an orgy.

Berckmans says the department has launched an internal investigation.


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