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Man Reports Gun Stolen During Weekend Orgy

Glock went missing after "anonymous sex" party

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Sex Party Larceny

AUGUST 8--In the midst of a weekend-long orgy, a 9mm handgun was stolen from the host's bedroom, according to Florida police who are not confident in catching the thief since guests at the gathering were encouraged to use fake names.

As detailed in a Volusia County Sheriff’s Office report, the 63-year-old victim told deputies that his Glock pistol turned up missing after last month's “open house party” at his residence in Deltona, a city 30 miles north of Orlando.

The retired man told cops that the loaded weapon was in a holster atop a nightstand in his bedroom in the home, which he shares with a male roommate.   

The victim, whose name is redacted from the police report, said that he hosted the orgy at the Deltona residence (seen below) from July 19 to July 21. The man added that the party was “advertised on a gay social media site” and that the “theme of the party was ‘anonymous sex.’”

Guests, the man said, were “encouraged to come and go as they pleased” during the weekend and were told to “bring along any friends or acquaintances they desired, and guests were encouraged to utilize fictitious names, or use no name at all.”

The host estimated that 20 guests visited his home during the sex party, and that he “only knew five or six personally.”

In a TSG interview, the victim, a retired corrections officer, said he thought it was “pretty low that somebody that I knew stole a gun out of my house.” The man said he purchased the Glock two years ago for $440 and has regularly carried it with him (thanks to a concealed carry permit).

The man disputed the police report’s contention that he “advertised” the sex party, saying that he simply invited men he had met through the Grindr and Adam4Adam apps. Last month’s bash, which included frolicking in the backyard pool, was not the first such sex party at the victim’s home. “I entertain quite a bit,” the man said.

With no leads to follow, the status of the larceny case has been classified by cops as “suspended/inactive.” (2 pages)