Do YOU think I’m sexy?

PUBLISHED: 09:55 24 January 2008 | UPDATED: 11:29 01 July 2010

RISQUE SAUCEPOT?: Councillor Gordon Jenkins.

RISQUE SAUCEPOT?: Councillor Gordon Jenkins.

A COUNCILLOR who filled his social networking site with sexual references has vowed to clean up his act.

A COUNCILLOR who filled his social networking site with sexual references has vowed to clean up his act.

Bickley councillor Gordon Jenkins virtually 'spanked' and 'sexypoked' his cyber friends on the social networking site Facebook.

Sandwiched between his 'Conservative Party News' and 'Back Boris' applications on Tuesday were 'Kinky Poke', 'Orgasmic!', 'Panty Raid' and 'Massage Me'.

Other Facebook applications, which have to be downloaded by the account holder, were 'What Serial Killer Are You?' and 'Rate My Body'.

In 'Flirty vs Frigid', he came out as 100 per cent flirty and in the 'What Sex Toy Are You?' quiz, his score made him edible nipple tassels.

He sent 20 virtual orgasms but received none and 'showered with' facebook friends.

Now, the Conservative councillor has vowed to remove the saucy applications.

He said: "Some of the applications are very risqué. In fact, I have cleared a lot of them out. People on there keep sending these damn things and you don't realise. It is a lot of fun. Having said that, perhaps it does need a bit of re-thinking. It could be embarrassing."

He added: "Having realised some of the things that were on there, I will remove them from the page. It is not the impression I wanted to give."

A Conservatives spokesman said: "We expect members to use their own sense and judgement if they're using these sites. It is not for us to dictate on from high.

"If you are in a position of public office you should act in a way acceptable to those who vote for you."

Facebook has more than 60 million active users worldwide, forming over one per cent of the world's population.

More and more politicians are using the social networking site to attract younger voters.

l For a special report on the politicians who have taken canvassing to cyberspace, see pages 10 and 11.

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