Thursday, 31 December 2015
2 Female Police,8 Soldiers Engage in Group Sex While Colleagues Hunted Terror Suspects
Officials are investigating accounts of an alchohol-fuel 'orgy' at a police station last month while Brussels, the Belgian capital was nearly shut down over fears of terrorist attack.
Eight male soldiers and two female police officers allegedly had group sex during the hunt for the Paris terror suspects last month, reports BBC.
The incident is said to have occurred at a police station in Ganshoren, just north of Molenbeek, a suburb or Brussels which was the centre of search efforts for suspects wanted in connection with the November 13 attacks.
The station was being used as a temporary barracks during the two-week period when the Belgian capital raised its terror threat level to high and the military was drafted in.
Belgian media reported that "A source said female police officers got 'totally hot and crazy' about the thought of men in uniform turning up"
The Belgian capital was on the highest level of alert last month after the Paris attacks that left 130 people dead.
Brussels was in the middle of a five-day lockdown, with schools, bars, restaurants and the metro closed and a curfew imposed after 10pm.
Police spokesman Johan Berckmans told De Morgen newspaper: "We can only confirm that 15 to 20 soldiers stayed in Ganshoren in that period."
An internal inquiry into the incident has been opened. Police chiefs in Belgium have reportedly launched an internal investigation into claims soldiers and police officers held an orgy while colleagues hunted for terror suspects.