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The mayor of Cape Town's council has resigned after being caught downloading porn for a future Tommy (for the benefit of our US readers this means spank the monkey).

He was also seen watching porno movies in his office. Bit unfair, you say (c'mon, we've all done it). But then William Bantom is also an ordained minister and had been warned twice for the same thing within the last week.

Seems ole Will couldn't get enough of it. Of course, to discredit him fully, it emerged that "at least one of the sites Bantom was caught viewing involved children and adults having sex". Bantom is a bit of a fool because the council was monitoring its Internet traffic. Confronted with the knowledge that he had logged onto various porn sites, he broke down and promised never to do it again.

It was no good though - he was hooked. He had a taste of blood and wanted more; he needed a bigger fix every time. He was unable to control his lustful yearnings. He got caught watching a porn flick by a member of staff and the rest is history. ®

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