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Police And Soldiers Had An Orgy During A Belgian Anti-ISIS Terror Lockdown

It is alleged that two policewomen and eight soldiers had in a sex party at a police station in Brussels in November.The policewomen and soldiers were stationed there while the city was in lockdown due to fears of a Paris-style attack, according to Politico.

Soldiers slept at the police station for two weeks during the anti-terror operation in November. The police station had been transformed into a makeshift barracks for soldiers after the Belgian government raised the threat level to four.

Soldiers walked the streets by day, hunting for terror suspects. Restaurants, bars, and similar facilities were shut down in Brussels at the time, according to NY Daily News.

SOLDIERS and policewomen have been accused of holding a 10-person ROMP – when they were meant to be guarding against ISIS.

Officers were hunting for suspects in connection with the November 13 Paris attacks, according to Belgian media outlets La Dernière Heure and De Standaard. Soldiers would take turns patrolling the streets, fulfilling their duties in shifts. They slept at the police station for two weeks as the anti-terror operation wore on. It was at the station that the intimate “celebration” took place.

It is alleged that the orgy took place towards the end of the time when the city was in lockdown. The sex party was apparently a “goodbye party,” to farewell the temporary colleagues the officers had become acquainted with during the state of emergency.

“When they left, they organised a small party to thank the police in the area. We have launched an investigation to find out what exactly happened.”

The Belgian army had already come under fire over the conduct of its soldiers during the city-wide lockdown and anti-terror operation, which saw the city at the highest level of terror alert. A uniformed soldier was pictured with a shopping bag while on patrol in Brussels, prompting an investigation into the diligence with which the officers carried out their duties.

Terrified Belgians were cowering inside as schools and shops were shut, the metro closed down and international football cancelled. But instead of protecting frightened civilians, the French-language daily La Derniere Heure reports the patrol headed inside for group SEX.

Tabloid The Daily Star published a report characterizing the incident as an outrageous “bonkfest” in the wake of a grave ISIS terror threat that had civilians cowering in hiding all over the city. The report blasts the misbehaving officers, facetiously declaring that they must have “misunderstood” orders to “get their heads down.”

A police spokesman told the press,

“An investigation is underway I can confirm that 15 to 20 soldiers were sleeping at the police station to save them making the journey back to their barracks.”

The threat level in Brussels was raised to level four on November 21, following the devastating Paris attacks that killed 130 people, for which ISIS claimed responsibility, The Brussels threat alert level was lowered to three on November 26.

The New York Times reports that law enforcement agencies in Brussels have been criticised repeatedly since the time of the Paris attacks.

“In the six weeks since the Paris terrorist attacks, law enforcement agencies in Brussels, where most of the attackers lived or had ties, have been denounced as slow, unresponsive, disorganized and even incompetent.”

An article in local rag La Dernière Heure confirms that the orgy took place sometime between Nov. 21 — when the federal government raised the alert level — and Nov. 26, when authorities were finally satisfied that the threat alert level could be reduced.

About 20 soldiers from a light infantry unit were sleeping at the police station. It is thought that, on the night of the incident, after the police station closed at 10 p.m., two policewomen were invited upstairs to the floor where the soldiers were sleeping. The two policewomen had sex with eight of the soldiers.

Belgian authorities have accused of plotting a New Year’s Eve terror attack just today. At the time of the Brussels lockdown, they feared another hidden ISIS cell could strike at any time, bringing a Paris-style atrocity to the Belgian capital.

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