Jacob Rees-Mogg 'viewed lithographs of Victorian ladies' ankles'

04-12-17

JACOB Rees-Mogg perused lithographs showing the bare ankles of Victorian strumpets in his constituency office, it has been claimed.

The Tory MP has denied all wrongdoing, claiming the 19th century prints with titles including Gentlemen’s Relish and The Coquettish Ones must have been left on his desk by a cleaner.

However a police spokesman said: “There were thousands of these faded lithographs showing stuff from flashes of ankles to glimpses of bare elbow during a tennis game.

“There was even one of an unmarried woman talking to a Welshman. Not really what an MP should be looking at whilst in the workplace.”

Onlookers reported seeing box after box of lithographs being removed from Rees-Mogg’s office, along with a fur-lined chastity belt and a DVD of I, Daniel Blake.

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