Details on the Vatican gay orgy


Monsignor Luigi Capozzi - Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts

(Monsignor Luigi Capozzi - Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts)

How was a gay sex orgy brought busted up by the Vatican Swiss Guard? Disgruntled nosy neighbors.

It started with complaints of the following:

  • Funny smells
  • Slamming doors
  • Loud music
  • Sounds of squeaky beds
  • Laughter late into the night

In any regular dispute, it would be settled by the agitated neighbor banging on the door demanding the party goers inside to shut up. But this isn't any old apartment.

This is an apartment at the Ex Sant’Uffizio Palace, owned by the Congregation for the Doctrine where Joseph Ratzinger lived before becoming Pope Benedict XVI. The place is filled with dozens of high-ranking cardinals who live within walking distance of their jobs in Vatican City.

The neighbors were fed up with the "steady stream of young men" who frequented the former Ratzinger apartment, which had been given to Monsignor Luigi Capozzi.

Monsignor Luigi Capozzi is the Secretary for Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, who is a pretty big deal.

So the Vatican police showed up walked into the apartment mid-orgy. There were a number of naked men writing on the floor with Capozzi and his sex buddies, who were all high on hard drugs.

The police kicked everyone out and took Capozzi straight to a detox center just outside of Rome. He is now supposedly at a convent outside of Rome where priests who have strayed from the path go to repent.

Orgies aren't illegal but the drugs are, so he'll face misdemeanor drug charges.

He could be defrocked for what happened, but it seems unlikely. His boss, Cardinal Coccopalmerio, has replaced him and won't be in trouble for hiring him.

This Capozzi guy will totally get off the hook. He's probably been living for free having a great time, but he doesn't sound like church material.

If only we knew about all of the other stuff that goes on in the Vatican.

Robes, lotions, oils, and writing men...

Read more at the Daily Beast.


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