Swingers mistake police officer for STRIPPER when he tried to break up sex party for flouting Covid rules
A POLICE officer breaking up a swingers sex party that breached lockdown rules was originally mistaken for a STRIPPER upon his arrival.
Twenty married couples had paid organisers for a "sexual tour" that promised "several nights of fun" alongside meals and accommodation, according to local reports.
Police were tipped off by a disgruntled guest who was missed off the invite list for the erotic party held at a farm located in Sierra de Los Padres, Argentina.
Upon interrupting the swingers lockdown-defiant long weekend, cops were dealt with another task – convincing attendees they were not in fact strippers.
One attending officer said: "When they saw us they thought we were part of the show. That we were strippers," Infobae reports.
One of the women at the event allegedly stopped one of the officers as he entered the farm – before complimenting his "lovely eyes" and saying he made her "feel hot".
The officer continued: "People didn't know what was going on. One of them, realising we weren't strippers told us, 'Uh, we were excited!'
"It was comical and absurd at the same time."
After the raid on the randy party just after 10pm on January 8, all guests, originally from Buenos Aires, were asked to provide identification.
Attendees were then cited under Section 205 of the Argentine Criminal Code, which covers breaches of the coronavirus containment guidelines.
The organiser of the bash is expected to receive a significant fine for his foxy weekend gone wrong.
Section 205 states that: "anyone who violates the measures adopted by the competent authorities to prevent the introduction or spread of an epidemic will be punished with imprisonment from six months to two years."
It has been a busy week for the Argentine police force, after they received complaints and had to shut down a party with more than 500 people present in Punta Mogotes.
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