Warehouse orgy with 100 men and women raided by police for breaking Covid rules

Up to 100 people who participated in an illegal orgy in France were fined by the police after the event was broken up.

On Friday evening officials searched the warehouse in Collegien, a suburb of Paris, for reports from men and women meeting for the so-called “libertine” party, which violated Covid-19 regulations.

Three people believed to be the organizers were arrested after the event.

The orgy violated the current 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. curfew across France to curb the spread of Covid-19.

“The event violated the curfew and there were also issues with masks and social distancing,” an investigative source said.

“Those involved in the libertine party cooperated with the police and there was no resistance to the police.”

The 9 p.m. raid came as French President Emmanuel Macron is considering putting the country into a third lockdown while 20,000 new coronavirus cases emerge daily.

In addition to fines for violations, the local judges who were sitting in an emergency session also gave permission to confiscate sound and light equipment along with alcohol.

It was also recommended that all participants receive basic sex education related to the spread of viruses.

Orgies between consenting adults are legal in France, but the possibility of getting Covid-19 from an infected person while having sex is almost guaranteed.

The coronavirus is transmitted through respiratory droplets, so kissing someone infected with it is a massive risk.

In camp orgies, partners generally swapped or showed up alone to find new ones, so that the dangers multiply.

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