Belgian soldiers 'had orgy' with female cops during Brussels lockdown, paper claims

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A group of Belgian soldiers and cops allegedly participated in a sex party at a police station in Brussels, while the capital was on lockdown following the attacks in Paris by Islamic State terrorists last month, local media reports.

As many as eight male soldiers and two female police officers had an alleged orgy at a police station in Ganshoren, close to Molenbeek, the area of a major manhunt for suspects involved in the deadly Paris attacks, La Dernière Heure reported.

Following the November 13 attacks, which left 130 people dead and over 300 injured, Brussels raised its terror threat level to four (the nation's highest), with bars, museums, shops and schools, along with the entire metro system, shut down. During the lockdown, the Ganshoren police station was transformed into a barracks for soldiers brought in to patrol the city.

Up to 20 soldiers stayed at the police station after it closed at 10pm each night during the two-week period following the Paris attacks, according to the Belgian news outlet. One floor of the building was specially converted into a dormitory so that the military and police searching the area could stay there.

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When the new soldiers arrived at the police station, local policewomen were already “all hot and crazy” at the idea of receiving men in military uniform at their station, a number of fellow policemen said, La Dernière Heure reported.

According to the news outlet, one evening a judiciary police officer personally caught two policewomen (one of them from the Ganshoren division) “in the act” with eight soldiers.

Belgian police reportedly have not launched an investigation into the alleged orgy. Johan De Becker, the police chief for western Brussels neighborhoods, told La Dernière Heure they were unaware of the matter, which he described as "serious" should it prove to be true.


It's not the first time the Belgian army has been in hot water over its soldiers’ conduct during the Brussels lockdown. Last week a photo of a soldier holding a shopping bag while on anti-terrorist patrol in the city center was shared on social media.  According to Politico, the soldier has already been returned to his unit, pending the outcome of a disciplinary investigation.