UK member of parliament caught with 'pants down' watching porn in parliament

A Conservative party member of parliament has been caught with his proverbial pants down watching porn on his phone while in parliament.

Plenary session in the House of Commons

An independent investigation is looking into claims by female Conservative MPs who have shared accounts of alleged sexism and harassment in the august house of parliament.

A female minister, who said she saw the male conservative MP viewing porn while she sat beside him in parliament with her mouth opened in complete shock, is ready to testify.

Tory Chief Whip Chris Heaton-Harris, who is in charge of Conservative MPs’ discipline, has asked for the allegation by the female minister to be referred to Parliament’s Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme (ICGS).

A spokesperson for his office said: “Upon the conclusion of any ICGS investigation the chief whip will take appropriate action.”

The female minister said last week that she saw the Conservative MP viewing porn with his proverbial jaw on the floor during the plenary session of parliament and she also saw the same MP watching pornography during a hearing of a select committee.

A second female Conservative MP said she had witnessed the same man watching pornography inside the hallowed halls of parliament and although she tried to capture some video proof, she failed.

The House of Commons, which is the lower house of parliament in the United Kingdom, has been hit by a number allegations regarding misogyny (hatred of women) and sexual harassment.

In the Commons recently, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas cited a media report that said a total of 56 MPs, including three cabinet ministers, were facing allegations of sexual misconduct, and asked the prime minister whether such behaviour was grounds for dismissal under the ministerial code.

Mr Johnson replied that sexual harassment was “intolerable” and “of course… grounds for dismissal” and so drastic action might soon follow.

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