California ‘Covid superspreader’ swinger party busted by LA police with 200 partygoers led out in blankets

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A CALIFORNIA “Covid superspreader” swinger party was busted by Los Angeles police on Saturday.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s “Super-Spreader Taskforce” found more than 200 people at a warehouse party in LA’s South Central region.

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Partygoers are seen covered in blankets outside the warehouse where a ‘superspreader’ swinger party took place[/caption]

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Law enforcement action was taken against the ‘underground party event’ on Saturday[/caption]

Dozens of partygoers were led out of the event wearing face masks and covered in blankets.

The LA County Sherriff tweeted on Monday night: “On Saturday January 9, 2021 #LASD Super-Spreader Taskforce continued enforcement of the Los Angeles County health orders to address underground party events.

“The results of the operation included 2 commercial building locations, and a total of 182 adult arrests (cited out).”

In a follow-up tweet, the department issued a reminder of what Alex Villanueva, the sheriff of LA County, has told residents of Los Angeles County.

“Villanueva has made it clear he will seek out & take law enforcement action against ALL underground party events occurring anywhere within Los Angeles County, who fall under the Health Orders of the County’s Department of Public Health,” the police department explained.

The reasoning behind the police department’s actions is to minimize the spread of coronavirus.

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Dozens of partygoers were led out of the event wearing face masks and covered in blankets[/caption]

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The swingers party bust comes as the number of confirmed Covid cases in Los Angeles County alone is nearing 940,000[/caption]

The Board of Supervisors for LA County motioned for a Covid-19 enforcement action to be implemented on December 8, 2020.

At least 22,645,344 people across the United States were confirmed to have the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, according to John Hopkins’ coronavirus research center.

According to the data, as of January 12, the number of confirmed Covid cases in Los Angeles County alone is nearing 940,000.

Local news station KTTV revealed that as partygoers were forced to leave the unlawful event during a raid, an LASD deputy said over a loudspeaker: “The party is over.

“If you do not come down, you will be subject to arrest.”


Photographs shared by police showed dozens of adults standing outside the warehouse after police stopped the party.

Meanwhile, a police officer breaking up a swingers sex party that breached lockdown rules was mistaken for a stripper upon his arrival.

Back in December, several dozen people who attended the ‘Naughty in N’awlins’ swingers convention in New Orleans contracted the coronavirus.

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