Politician Caught Watching Porn Claims He Was Looking for Tractors
By Yung Namahage • 2 weeks ago


We choose not to get political much here at Doujins Enterprises, but let me just say the Conservative Party in charge of the UK is an entire circus. These days they can barely go a week without starting a new scandal, with recent hits including giving tax breaks to billionaires, sex charges with a 15-year-old and the gradually unraveling web of lies over parties that ringleader Boris Johnson claims he had no knowledge of despite them happening in his own house. 


The latest Tory clown to take to the stage is Neil Parish, farmer and former Member of Parliament for Tiverton and Honiton in Devon, England. During a meeting between a group of female Conservative MPs and Chief Whip Chris Heaton-Harris on April 25 to discuss the culture of sexism in Parliament, it was mentioned that one of the women saw a male colleague, then unnamed, watching porn videos on his phone while at work in the House of Commons. Parish was even interviewed on TV around that time by right wing channel GB News, where he said the anonymous pervert should be "dealt with and dealt with seriously."


Plot twist: it turns out the guilty horndog was none other than Parish himself. He was named by a female MP while another was able to confirm it was indeed him. Following an investigation by the Commons Select Committee on Standards he confessed that he saw porn in the House of Commons on two occasions : first on accident, and then intentionally. He said: “The situation was that I, funnily enough, it was tractors I was looking at it and so I did get into another website that has a very similar name and I watched it for a bit which I shouldn’t have done.”


The 65-year-old's story is he was searching for a type of tractor called a Claas Dominator, which somehow led him to NSFW sites. In his words, his "biggest crime" was that he "went in a second time," and got caught slipping. Parish finally announced he was stepping down on April 30 and is now Crown Steward and Bailiff of the Manor of Northstead, which is a legal title given to MPs who resign because they can't simply resign under normal circumstances. He said: "I will have to live with this for the rest of my life. I made a huge terrible mistake and I'm here to tell the world." Play stupid games, win stupid prizes etc.


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