Gay sex video created ruckus at ancient site in Greece, government said – will not spare the guilty

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Highlights

  • Gay sex video creates ruckus at ancient Athens site
  • Two men were seen having sex with masks
  • Government bid – will not spare the guilty, strict action will be taken

Athens
At a major historical site in the European country of Greece gay sex The shooting of the video has created a ruckus. The video was shot at the Acropolis of Athens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In view of the public protest on social media, the government has ordered a high-level inquiry into the matter. The officials have claimed that they will get the harshest punishment for those who made this video.

Administration started investigation
A spokesman for Greece’s culture ministry said they had opened an investigation into a video of two masked men having sex. He claimed that both the masked men seen in the video and the people concerned would be traced at the earliest.

The producers of the film told the political film
The unnamed producers of the short film Departhenon have said that the Parthenon of the Acropolis of Athens is a symbol of nationalism, a cult of antiquity, and patriarchy. He has defended the sex scene between two men on the site as a political act. But the Ministry of Culture said that the archaeological site of the Acropolis is not for any work that would hurt its honor.

The film was screened in the university
The 36-minute film was first shown to a limited audience on 16 December at the University of Thessaloniki in Greece. However, then no one opposed the film. Now there is tremendous outrage against this film in social media. Spiros Bibilas, president of the Greek Actors Association, said that watching this video makes me ashamed as a Greek. You can’t do anything and everything in the name of activism.

Huge uproar in Greece
The association representing Greece’s museums and archaeological sites custodians has called it a despicable film. He has expressed displeasure and shame in his statement. He has also expressed displeasure at the Greek Ministry of Finance for not paying the allowances of the guards for the security of such places. Now questions are also being raised about the role of Thessaloniki University administration in the whole matter.

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