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Investigation Launched into Possible Police-Army Orgy During Brussels Terror Threat Lockdown

A group of Belgian soldiers and policewomen reportedly held an orgy at a police station while their colleagues hunted terrorists during the recent Brussels lockdown.

In recent weeks rumours have been rife among the Brussels police force of a group sex session involving two policewomen and eight soldiers, reports Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure. It was said to have taken place at a police station in Ganshoren during the Level Four terror threat lockdown of the Belgian capital.

The highest level terror threat lasted from 21 November to 26 November during which time bars, restaurants, museums, shops and even schools were restricted in opening times or closed, and the entire metro system was shut down.

At the time of the Brussels lockdown the police station in question became makeshift barracks for soldiers on patrol after the station closed at 10pm each night. Hosting about 20 soldiers in total, for a fortnight a section of the building was converted to a dormitory to allow soldiers to rest without the need to take the long journey to their usual barracks.

According to other officers at Ganshoren police station, when the newcomers arrived some policewomen were already “all hot and all crazy” at the idea of soldiers in their station. One thing led to another, and it is reported that one evening a senior police officer discovered two policewomen — one from the Ganshoren division — “in the act”.

The West police zone’s commanding officer, Johan De Becker, described the matter as “serious” if it were to be proved correct. The Flemish newspaper De Standaard reports Mr. De Becker adding:

“Here, nothing was heard until we read it in the newspaper today. We can only confirm that there were indeed been 15 and 20 soldiers sleeping in Ganshoren during that period. But if something happened there, we do not know. Internal Oversight Services have launched an investigation.”

The Belgian army was already under fire for its soldiers’ conduct during the Brussels lockdown. Politico reported an investigation into a uniformed soldier pictured on Twitter with a shopping bag while on patrol in Brussels. He was returned to his unit pending a disciplinary investigation.

[While the picture above is the Tweet referred to regarding the soldier with a shopping bag, the photograph above this article is merely illustrative and the people shown therein are not involved in the reported facts.]

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