#covidinsanity #sexdrugsandrockandroll #orgy #lockdowns ["I’m angry, François Culot, mayor of a nearby town, said, according to the Independent. "Some people really don’t respect anything! Organizing an illegal party in the middle of the night in front of a clinic where Covid patients are treated? This is unacceptable!"] French Police Break Up 81-Person Orgy for Breaking Coronavirus Curfew French police raided an at-least-81-person orgy at a warehouse outside of Paris Friday and cited the participants for breaking the city’s coronavirus curfew. Officers arrived on the scene at 9 p.m. after neighbors reported the party and were allowed to enter the warehouse in Collegien, about 20 miles east of Paris, around 11 p.m., hours after the country’s 6 p.m. curfew, the Independent reported. At least 81 orgy participants were fined 135 Euros, according to the outlet.
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