Politician admits to having an affair and love child ... with an alien

At this point, we kind of assume politicians will engage in some extramarital hanky-panky, but not like this. 

Simon Parkes is a British city councilman representing the peoples of Whitby. But according to him, he's also something else -- an alien abductee, many times over, apparently.

In a recent TV documentary called Confessions of an Alien Abductee, Parkes confirmed a number of his beliefs. He says he's abducted, on average, about four times a year, that plenty of other people have experienced the same, but most of all that his trips are sexual in nature.

And who (or what) was Parkes cavorting with? A 9-foot-tall green alien with eight fingers he calls Cat Mother. Not only were they making sweet, sweet alien love, they were also making some interglactic species babies. Parkes says he and Cat Mother have a baby together named Zarka.

Zarka, eh? Sounds Welsh.

Just in case you have your doubts that a career politician would say any of the above, here's the video evidence where Parkes lays the whole story out from the '70s onward.

(via The Huffington Post)

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