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Spanish police broke up a mass orgy as eager crowds queued outside to be filmed having sex on film
Dozens of people reportedly queued outside to get involved in the Madrid sex party (Picture:Getty)

Spanish police broke up a mass orgy as eager crowds queued outside to be filmed having sex.

The event was reportedly advertised as ‘a crime against public health’ before taking place in a fifth-floor studio in Madrid’s San Blas neighbourhood on Wednesday evening.

Dozens of participants are said to have waited outside the area in the hope of joining in.

Undercover officers headed down to the scene after being tipped off about the sex party. They were let into the flat by revellers who mistook them for orgy participants.

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Drugs including cocaine and liquid ecstasy were allegedly seized from the flat, which had been rented for a week by a partygoer involved.

Three organisers have been warned they face heavy fines for the unlicensed sex event, according to local reports.

Undercover officers were tipped off about the sex party (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)
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Coronavirus cases are rising in Madrid (Picture: Getty Images)

One of the organisers is said to be porn director Ignacio Allende, better known as Torbe.

Torbe spent seven months on remand in prison in 2016 after being arrested on suspicion of crimes including sexual abuse of minors and distribution of child porn. He is yet to go on trial.

Prosecutors recently announced they would be seeking a seven and a year prison sentence on charges including distribution of child pornography linked to the filming of two minors.

It comes after the Spanish Government declared a 15-day state of emergency in order to bring down soaring coronavirus infection rates in Madrid.

Restrictions have been placed on gatherings, while there is a ban on leaving or entering the city unless it is for work or humanitarian reasons.

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