For most people, getting caught in a sexting scandal, being forced to resign from Congress, and running for mayor and having their campaign destroyed by a fresh scandal would be enough to make them want to go into hiding permanently. But not former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner (alias Carlos Danger).
According to the New York Post, Weiner, who is also the husband of Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, has been sexting with a well-endowed woman on the West Coast identified only as “fantasy chick.”
The paper published some of the pair’s exchanges, which began in late January 2015 after Weiner direct messaged her on Twitter. Their conversations continued through earlier this month. One of the sexted pictures published by the Post shows Weiner with a bulge in his white boxer briefs and his son lying on the bed next to him.
Weiner was clearly aroused by his conversation with the 40-something divorcee when he abruptly changed the subject.
“Someone just climbed into my bed,” Weiner wrote.
“Really?” she responded.
Weiner then hit “Send” on the cringe-inducing image.
“You do realize you can see you[r] Weiner [sic] in that pic??” the woman wrote.
Moments after forwarding the photo, Weiner freaked out over the possibility he had accidentally posted it publicly — just as he had done during the infamous episode that forced him to resign from Congress in 2011.
“Ooooooh … I was scared. For half a second I thought I posted something. Stop looking at my crotch,” Weiner wrote back.
In another dialogue, Weiner boasted how “Id [sic] put someone’s eye out with this thing. #Overdue.”
When the woman sent Weiner a selfie that showed her in a cleavage-baring, red lace dress, Weiner’s response was “Holy f**kity f**-k.”
Weiner — who has a pronounced steak of exhibitionism running through him — agreed to speak with that Post, telling reporters that he and the woman “have been friends for some time. She has asked me not to comment except to say that our conversations were private, often included pictures of her nieces and nephews and my son and were always appropriate,” he said.
Sure they are.
Cross-posted at The Lid