A warehouse orgy – as opposed to just your regular run-of-mill-orgy, apparently – with at least 81 people taking place just outside of Paris in Collegien, France was broken up by police for multiple COVID violations including, wait for it… not social distancing.
In France there is currently a curfew in effect between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m in an effort to curtail the coronavirus.
It would seem that these orgy attendees didn’t get the memo because at around 9 p.m. – three hours after the curfew went into effect – police officers arrived on the scene and found 11 people in the car park. They were given citations and fined for being out past curfew.
At around 11 p.m. police were given permission to enter the warehouse by local magistrates, reports the Independent, where they discovered dozens of people actively engaged in an orgy.
“The event was in breach of the curfew, and there were also problems with masks and social distancing,” an investigator told the Independent.
You think? Hopefully they were all at least using hand sanitizer.
All in all, 81 people were issued fines of 135 Euros ($162.51) with three of the party-goers that were believed to be behind organizing the event taken in for questioning. In addition, a sound system, light installations, and alcohol were all confiscated.
“Those involved in the libertine party cooperated with the police, and there was no resistance to the police,” the investigator added.
Libertine party… that’s certainly one way to put it.