TORONTO - Rookie PC candidate George Lepp says he's embarrassed that a photo of his family jewels was posted on his campaign Twitter account for about 20 minutes before it was quickly unzipped. "He is pretty upset and embarrassed," Sakach said of a photo that was posted on Lepp's account Sunday. "It was removed as soon as it came to his attention." The pictures - too graphic to reproduce - are of a man naked from the waist down, showing a close up of his penis and his crossed legs. Sakach said the device was operating on camera mode in his front pant pocket when it went missing. He added that Lepp suspects it was taken as he was jostled by protestors outside the Dixon Rd. convention centre where the Tories met for the party's weekend convention. "It was an unfortunate circumstance," Sakach said Sunday. "This is pretty low and juvenile, and we don't believe it is politically motivated." Lepp, who couldn't be reached for comment, had been filing daily dispatches from the Tory convention to his more than 80 Twitter followers. The photo of a penis on Lepp's Twitter account surfaced as Ontario Conservatives vowed in Toronto to force high-risk sex offenders and other dangerous criminals to wear GPS monitoring bracelets.
Ahh, the old "my phone accidentally took a picture of my dick while in my pocket, and then was conveniently stolen and said picture was twittered to the world" excuse. Yea buddy, people will believe that one.
For one thing, you're Canadian. This by law means that you're wearing flannel underwear at all times. So you certainly weren't free balling it, and there's no cell phone camera on earth that has a flash powerful enough to penetrate a pocket and flannel shorts. Your Blackberry isn't an x-ray machine. So addmittedly you were taking candid home photos of your dick, and possibly sexting.
And the whole "taken by protesters" thing isn't exactly believable either. Again, you're Canadian. You guys don't protest. And you don't maliciously post incriminating dick shots to twitter of your political rivals. That game is strictly for American Republicans.
Plus, why would a thief use your twitter account? You've only got 80 followers. Newsflash buddy, he'd have been much better off emailing said pic to a blog or quasi news website than twittering it to your meager followers. I mean you're running for election and you have 80 followers! That's the most pathetic part of this whole story. At least lie and say you had 1,000. How do you expect to get elected with 80 followers, at least 50 of which are just spammers.
My advice, just own up to it and hope for the Canadian pervert vote...it's your only chance.