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Piers Morgan says instead of boycotting Brunei-owned hotels, we should have a 'non-stop global gay orgy'

The 'Good Morning Britain' host said the Sultan of Brunei would be forced to stone himself to death

2019-04-04

Piers Morgan has said instead of boycotting Brunei-owned hotels, we should have a ‘non-stop global gay orgy’.

The journalist and co-host of Good Morning Britain has slammed the recent law invoked by the Sultan of Brunei which will see gay men being stoned to death.

In the tiny southeast Asian kingdom – which follows a strict Sharia penal code – homosexuality is already illegal but as of Wednesday (April 3) it will become a capital offence.

After the Sultan of Brunei announced the capital punishment, many celebrities including George Clooney, Sir Elton John and Ellen DeGeneres have called for a worldwide boycott of the hotels owned by the Sultan.

These hotels include The Dorchester, London, 45 Park Lane, London, Coworth Park, UK, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles, Le Meurice, Paris, Hotel Plaza Athenee, Paris, Hotel Eden, Rome, and Hotel Principe di Savoia.

But now Piers, writing in his Daily Mail column, has given a different idea on how to insult the outrageously homophobic Sultan.

He wrote: “Rather than stay away, let’s go the other way and flood the Sultan of Bigotry’s hotels with as many gay people as can possibly fit inside them.

“I urge wealthy gay men and women to buy up every room, book every table for breakfast, lunch and dinner; reserve every reception suite for private parties, work receptions, meetings and charity fundraisers; take every appointment at every spa; fill up the gyms, preferably in bright pink lycra; mill around the pools dressed like Perez Hilton; demand Diana Ross’s ‘I’m Coming Out’ is played on a 24-hour loop in every lobby.

“Oh, and let’s have at least three gay weddings a day, every day, every month, in every hotel. Make the Sultan of Bigotry’s collection a magnificent monument to gay marriage.

“In short, I urge the gay people of the world to rise up and hit him where it will REALLY hurt him: his reputation.”

He then went on to write at how ‘humiliated’ the Sultan would be if his hotels became the ‘epicentre of gay pride and culture’ and said the ‘Sultan of Gayness’ would be forced to stone himself to death.

He continued: “Imagine how humiliated and small he would feel if his hotels became the very epicentre of gay pride and culture; if every inch of every place he owns from London to Paris to LA reverberated with joyous celebration of living, breathing, fornicating homosexuality.

“Then imagine if social media blew up on a daily basis with endless photos and videos from this non-stop global gay orgy of fun and frivolity – all with ecstatic messages personally thanking the Sultan of Bigotry for his hospitality?

“But turning him into the Sultan of Gayness would be a punishment so unbearable for him that he might, ironically, end up stoning himself to death just to end the excruciating misery and shame such a label would bring.”