Police open investigation into orgy of Norwegian Brann players in stadium

Police open investigation into orgy of Norwegian Brann players in

The Bergen authorities consider that there are elements to investigate the celebration of some players with women outside the team

The Norwegian police opened this Friday one investigation for possible sex crime in a unauthorized party of 12 players from SK Brann, a team of the highest category of soccer, which allegedly included sexual activities in the stadium.

“We have not received any complaint, but based on the information received and our own inquiries, We believe that there is a basis to investigate if something punishable has happened“wrote in a statement the police of Bergen (West).

In statements to the local newspaper Bergensavisen, the chief inspector Gunnar Floystad He explained that there is an aggrieved person and at least one suspect, but that no arrests have been made.

Norwegian media revealed this week that several players from the Brann went out to dinner on Monday after defeating a third-rate team in a friendly and that then they followed the party in the team’s stadium, drinking alcohol and inviting several women from outside the club.

The episode caused a public condemnation of the directive for violating the health rules related to the coronavirus pandemic and club regulations, but there was no sanction.

“They violated the internal rules, they have apologized and understood the seriousness of what happened, but we have to move on. None will be set aside. The last few days have been punishment enough“, said yesterday the general director, Vibeke johannesen.

As reported later by the Bergensavisen, security cameras revealed that several players had sex with the guests inside the stadium and they ran in their underwear on the pitch.

“It was a collective head trip. We have buried ourselves in a very black hole from which it is very difficult to get out“, he declared to that newspaper Kristoffer barmen, one of the players involved.

The Brann is going through a compromising situation in the Tippeliga, the highest category of Norwegian football, when it has played half of the season: it is last with 7 points and a single win in 14 games, 6 from salvation.

The set of Bergen, Norway’s second city by population, resumes the league this Sunday in its field against Sandefjord.