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The organiser of the Brussels orgy resulting in the political annihilation of former Fidesz MEP József Szájer is no longer afraid, but he is more cautious. David Manzheley said that Mr Szájer does not blame him for what happened.

Blikk.hu reminds us that József Szájer resigned after he took part in an orgy last November, breaking the rules of lockdown in Brussels, Belgium. David Manzheley, the organiser of the orgy, said that Mr Szájer does not blame him for what happened.

Mr Manzheley told Blikk that he does not think Szájer is angry with him since they have been exchanging messages for a while, so Szájer did not block his number and did not rebuke him. He added that they did not talk about the political consequences of the November police raid.

They only talked about conventional things.

He also said that he feels a huge weight has been lifted from Szájer thanks to the scandal. Manzheley did not know Szájer before the orgy, so he did not know that he worked as a member of the European Parliament when he showed up in his flat last November.

It is difficult to live a double life. I think it is impossible, Manzheley said.

Interestingly, Polish papers accused him of being a wanted fraudster in Poland. His life returned to normalcy in the last few weeks. However, in December, many recognised him, and strangers wanted to take selfies with him as if he was a celebrity.

Even Netflix wanted him to play in one of its documentary series.

“This was my 15 minutes of fame,” he said, and he added that he does not regret being in the middle of an international scandal. He received death threats last December not to talk about the politicians concerned. He was afraid then, and he is still very cautious. “I have to be alert continuously and be careful with what happens around me.

But the sex parties do not end. Nobody can stop me from organising them,”

he said. However, he will check everybody who would like to take part in them. According to him, many have already wanted to get into his orgies by using fake profiles from both Hungary and Poland. “I let one in a hundred people through the filter,” he said and added that most of his former guests still come, even though the lockdown is in effect, and such orgies are illegal because of that.

Such events do not change the sexual habits of people.

Only five of them stated that they would not like to come in the future,

but they are not too influential men, most of them are assistants, he concluded.

 

Source: blikk.hu

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