Coronavirus sex party stormed by police after swingers flout lockdown
Police stormed a group of six people having an orgy after the coronavirus lockdown was implemented in Spain.
Officers said the sex party was taking place in a flat in Madrid, in an apparent brothel.
Local media said neighbours in the building alerted the police after hearing loud noise, music and people coming in and out of the property.
Police went into the property and discovered four women and two men naked in a corridor with three bedrooms, according to the Daily Mail.
Reports have been filed against the six, after officers broke up the orgy.
Local authorities filed a complaint against the tenant who was the only woman registered in the house, for noise pollution and breaking regulations.
The other five people have been reported for breaking the national quarantine declared by the Spanish government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Madrid has been the worst-hit area in Spain, with 60 per cent of the nation's deaths.
Spain's cases of COVID-19 are increasingly on the rise, currently at 57,786 cases and 4,365 deaths.
It has one of the highest death rates in Europe, despite being on lockdown since March 14.
In shocking scenes, a video appears to show coronavirus patients lining the corridors of a hospital as the COVID-19 pandemic results in a three-day wait for a bed in Spain.
Earlier this week, Spain announced that it will unleash robots capable of testing 80,000 patients a day into the heart of its coronavirus fight.
Head of Madrid's Health Institute Carlos III said: “A plan to automate tests through robots has been already designed, and Spain has committed to buying four robots that will allow us to execute 80,000 tests per day."
It comes after the government in Spain warned that "the worst is yet to come".
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