There were over 80 mask-less attendees at Caligula, a self-described swingers club, violating New York state COVID-19-regulations.
Two party organizers and an attendee were charged with multiple misdemeanors for breaking COVID-19 regulations and selling alcohol without a liquor license.
The party comes days after New York City Schools closed indefinitely due to rising COVID-19 rates.
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The New York City Sheriff's Office broke up an illegal sex party of over 80, mask-less attendees in Astoria, Queens for violating state COVID-19 regulations on Sunday.
Officials walked into the venue to find a crowd of people at the event hosted by self-described swinger's club Caligula New York.
The New York City Sheriff's Office told Insider that deeper in the party, officers found three couples having sex in a back room with multiple mattresses set up covering the floor, which was scattered with condoms.
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The party took place in a COVID-19 yellow zone, which prohibits gatherings of over 25 people.
Two party organizers and an attendee of the event were charged with several misdemeanors for breaking COVID-19 regulations and serving alcohol without a liquor license. The club venue was issued a $15,000 fine.
Caligula's party was broken up less than a week after New York City Schools closed indefinitely because of rising COVID-19 positive test rates.
Organizers of Caligula did not immediately respond for comment.
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