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Police shut down hotel after discovering “super gang bang of brutal submission”

Lord Star Hotel Cali. Via official website

Law enforcement authorities in the city of Cali, Colombia have closed down the Lord Star Hotel after a police raid uncovered a gay orgy happening inside one of the rooms. They said the sex party violated the country’s social distancing regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Tennessee Tribune reports patrons of the party paid $5 to enter and participate in what organizers had marketed as a “super gang bang of brutal submission” on What’s App. Police raided the hotel and arrested seven men.

Current regulations in Colombia specify that citizens must stay at home during the COVID-19 outbreak. At present, the city of Cali reports more than 24,000 confirmed cases of the virus.

“Hotels or motels facilitating these meetings will also be subject to sanctions established by the Police Security and Coexistence Code,” a police spokesperson said in a statement.

Ultimately, cops fined 10 people associated with the party and forced the Lord Star Hotel to endure a 10-day suspension for violating quarantine rules and failing to observe sanitary measures.

Authorities in Colombia have reported a spike in sex parties since the start of the coronavirus stay-at-home orders.

In May of this year, police in Cali busted another orgy in which 19 men were arrested for violating social distancing rules.

At the time, Cali Mayor Jorge Ivan Ospina tweeted out a condemnation of sex parties during the pandemic saying, “They violate the law, puts neighbors at risk, breach mandatory preventive isolation.”

Colombia ranks fourth in terms of coronavirus infections in Latin America with 376,970 reported infections and 12,540 deaths.

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