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Updated A Tory candidate hoping to win a seat on Worcester city council in Thursday’s elections has been dragged before local party supremos to explain why exactly his wife posed topless on a website selling "used" women's underwear - and why the url was registered in his name.

According to a top piece of investigative journalism by The Sun, wannabe politico Jonathon Cunningham registered www.pantopia.biz (don't bother, the site's been "decommissioned") as "personal interest to which my wife was a party".

And boy, does wife Delene know how to party. The Sun reports that she "posed provocatively on the site with women friends". The site blurb tempted punters with "panties and special feminine items from a real woman like myself, who knows how to please... I love sharing personal items. I really do get off on my sexual openness. All the girls including my horny, sexy self are real amateurs that get their sexual kicks from getting their t***s out."

All pretty harmless, really. However, Cunningham should have known better when he registered the URL - as The Sun notes: "Mr Cunningham used a credit card when he opened the site in 2002 and gave the same address as the one listed in Tory election literature. He is described in election documents as an IT/Web designer and administrator."

Sadly, the attentions of the UK's tabloid media mean that www.pantopia.biz is no more. As for Mr Cunningham, he looks like he's got away with it - Worcestershire Conservative Association said: "Mr Cunningham has provided an explanation about a private and personal matter. He remains a Tory candidate."

Ownership of www.pantopia.biz, meanwhile, has been transferred. ®

Update

We're obliged to all those readers who have emailed noting that various cached versions of www.pantopia.biz are available for our viewing pleasure, if that's the word. However, there is no way that we are going to link to explicit photos of the lovely Delene, so you will just have to do your own "research".

Bootnote

We're pretty certain that www.pantopia.biz is not related in any way to www.pantopia.com - something to do with "marketing design and technology". Well, it seems unlikely.

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