Anthony Weiner Catfished into Another Sexting Scandal

Once again the congressman has managed to get himself involved in scandalous activates because of his dirty pleasures

Anthony Weiner Catfished into Another Sexting Scandal

The congressman, who has been a part of the former United States House of Representative from the city of New York, Anthony Weiner has become rather famous for his scandalous activities on Twitter.

Initially, the politician denied any such charges, when a picture of his mojo as leaked. The news was that he had resorted to cyber sex through Twitter and had sent sexually graphic pictures of himself to a female college student.

However, the second time when he was exposed by columnist Andrew Breitbart, he didn't bother to cover for himself too long and confessed his involvement in wrongful doings. After his shirtless and sexual images mage headlines, once more, he had publicly confessed and apologised. Anthony had conveyed "I have not been honest with myself, my family, my constituents, my friends and supporters, and the media". He later went on to confirm that the pictures were, in fact, his "o be clear, the picture was of me, and I sent it."

Adding to his statement, he said that he had been "engaged in several inappropriate conversations conducted over Twitter, Facebookemail and occasionally on the phone" and was involved in exchanging "messages and photos of an explicit nature with about six women over the last three years".

He expressed that he was ashamed of himself for his "terrible judgment and actions" and thought that he was dumb to do so.

Unfortunately, old habits die hard. Mr. Self-proclaimed-mongoos, yes you read that right, has been catfishes into yet another scandal. This time around it was a man using his female friend, Nikki's, Twitter account.

During the course of their conversation through Direct Message, Weiner not only gave 'Nikki' his number but also insisted on sharing his location. He also made flirty comments like admitting that 'Nikki' was making him imagine "things".

Upon invitation, the man who was catfishing the 51- year-old, all this while, dogged the ball by saying "Sorry I’m just entering traffic and have to go home or my roommate might hate me forever,". To make his set up sound convincing he also went ahead and said "Sorry! I’m the worst,".

When the in New York Post approached him, all he had to say was that "I can confirm that I am indeed deceptively strong like a mongoose,", apparently he was aware that he was being catfished, through out. According to him it was a "playful joust with an obvious catfish."

Weiner's first scandal sabotaged his career, the second lead to a fail mayoral campaign in 2013 with only 5% votes in his favour. This time around, the target is his wife,Huma Abedin's, career as aide to Hillary Clinton, who is currently running for presidential elections. Surely, the opposing parties are in no mood to spare them from further embarrassment, this time.