Egypt police bust 'gym orgy’ following lockdown breach complaints

Egypt police bust 'gym orgy’ following lockdown breach complaints

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21 April, 2020
The police discovered an orgy event in a Cairo fitness centre after investigating reports of a coronavirus lockdown breach.
The event was promoted on social networking sites, including Facebook [Getty]
Authorities busted an orgy in Cairo and arrested 16 people, after receiving information that a gym was breaching coronavirus lockdown orders, a report said on Tuesday. 

The fitness centre in Cairo's Nozha was initially investigated for defying nationwide lockdown orders calling on all non-essential businesses to close. 

The police were "in shock" to instead find an orgy event instead of regular fitness activities, the report said.

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Ten women and six men were arrested for taking part in group sex inside the centre, which was charging attendees 4,000 Egyptian pounds (around $250) – coinciding with the amount individuals are fined for breaching the lockdown – for access to the orgy and a massage.

The illegal event was promoted on social networking sites, including Facebook, authorities said.

Egypt imposed a nationwide lockdown on March 25, warning those defying the measures can expect to face legal consequences, including a fine of up to 4000 Egyptian pounds, as well as a possible prison sentence.

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