Eight soldiers and two female police officers allegedly held an orgy while their colleagues were hunting for Paris terror suspects in Belgium, it has been sensationally claimed.
The incident is said to have happened at a police station in Ganshoren, near Molenbeek where officers were searching for suspects following the attacks on November 13 that killed 130 people.
Up to 20 soldiers had been staying at the station over a two-week period last month while Brussels was on lockdown – and police have now launched an investigation into the allegations.
The Ganshoren police station turned into a makeshift barracks for soldiers patrolling the streets of the Belgian capital while it was in lockdown and the Government raised the threat level to four.
During that period the whole of the Brussels metro network was shut and events such as football matches were cancelled, while people in the city were told to avoid busy public places.
Police would not comment on the allegations but did confirm to De Standaard that an investigation is under way, and that there were between 15 and 20 soldiers based at Ganshoren at the time.
The alleged incident was first reported by La Dernière Heure, which claimed one floor of the police station had been converted into a dormitory so that soldiers could be hosted there.
Some 130 people died in the coordinated assaults around Paris on November 13, with 90 of them being killed at the Bataclan club where rock band Eagles of Death Metal were playing.
Several of the Paris attackers lived in the troubled Molenbeek district of Brussels, including suspected ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who was killed in a raid by French police.
Separately, today it was revealed that two suspected Islamic State militants had been arrested in Belgium over the weekend on suspicion of planning attacks in Brussels on New Year’s Eve.
Military-style training uniforms, ISIS propaganda and computer material were also seized and are being examined. A total of six people were taken in for questioning, but four were released.
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