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Aussie Family Values Party Drops Candidate Over Porn Pics

Paddy: "But that's not my penis," Andrew Quah told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper.
This post, written by Paddy, originally appeared on Cliff Schecter's Brave New Films Blog
CANBERRA (Reuters) - A family values campaigner accused of taking pornographic photographs of himself has been dumped as a candidate for Australia's November election by the Christian-values Family First Party.
Sydney music teacher Andrew Quah, 21, admitted photographs showing his penis and circulating widely on gay websites had embarrassed his party and made his candidacy untenable.
"But that's not my penis," Quah told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, adding one of the images may have been digitally altered.
"I might have been drunk off my face, or my political enemies might have drugged me," Quah said. "It was a mistake that I would not have committed had I been of right mind. All I know, I have been humiliated."
I'm guessing he's been humiliated for a completely different reason, since the people who have seen the pictures have dubbed him, "The Smallest Loser". My.

h/t Christopher
Paddy is a regular contributor to Cliff Schecter.com.
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