So this is a thing now.
A man anywhere in the world takes a picture of his hee haw and shoots it out to his girlfriend over the Internet. Except it accidentally reaches the wrong audience.
Say hello to Japan’s own Anthony Weiner. Although his name has not surfaced, it was the Bangkok — how fitting — bureau chief for Japan’s TV Asahi, who sent his dong to the worst crowd imaginable: 150 journalists. The Japanese broadcaster apologized for the bureau chief’s abominable behavior and said the employee in question has been “removed” from his position.
Agency France-Presse was first with the details.
The only description of the man is that he’s in his forties.
Can heterosexual men please get one thing straight?
Most women don’t like being sent a photo of her man’s cock-adoodledoo. Sure, there are exceptions — but hardly any.
As some may, ahem, recall, in 2011 Weiner blew up his entire political career by sending out pictures of his weiner to various women around the country. None of whom were his wife, Huma Abedin, a top aide to Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
One of those women, Sydney Elaine Leathers, now a porn star whose Twitter feed is really NSFW, had some reaction for The Mirror on Japan’s Weiner.
“Is it racist of me to assume it’s a mini Weiner?” Leathers asked. “In all seriousness though, it’s sad that powerful people aren’t smart enough to not accidentally show their junk. And I have never enjoyed a dick pic. Until I made money off of Weiner’s.”
The Mirror inquired, “But it’s not a turn on right? Even for people in the porn industry, or is it?”
Leathers replied, “Definitely not. I don’t know any girls who ask guys for dick pics. Guys overestimate how attractive we think their junk is.”