This is what Andrew Broad said in relation to Barnaby Joyce and his affair scandal earlier this year when he called for Mr Joyce to stand down....... #auspol https://t.co/BK0CbfjZh5— Jamieson Murphy (@jamiesonmurph) December 17, 2018
Quote from the late Billy Graham “when wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost”... telling words for the Leadership of the National Party.— Andrew Broad MP (@broad4mallee) February 21, 2018
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Married politician Andrew Broad has been caught out with a sugar baby from a “seeking arrangements” website he used to meet younger girls while he was away on work trips.
While spending an evening in the company of blonde beauty Amy – who uses the online alias “Sweet Sophia Rose” and is almost 20 years his junior – the MP bragged about his “important” position in parliament, practised his official speeches and even referred to himself as “James Bond” in an attempt to seduce her.
Sweet Sophia Rose
Having met through a website for sugar daddy arrangements, in which a well-off and usually older man is willing to spend his wealth on an attractive younger woman in exchange for her company, Amy has now brazenly lifted the lid on the man she says is not fit to represent Australia.
The Aqua dining room with a view.
And the eating where Andrew's dining companion found “He kept commenting on prices and how expensive they were. It made everything so awkward from the start". To enable fine dining readers to judge for themselves here is an extract from the expat.hk restaurant review site
I opted for Italian, and the first dish to appear, burrata cheese with cherry tomatoes ($A51.45), was presented so beautifully I almost didn’t want to eat it. When I did succumb, it was wonderfully fresh and creamy. ... For my main I chose the chef’s signature handmade truffle, potato and fresh egg-filled ravioli, with crutin cheese and shaved black truffle ($A62.18). I can understand why this is a house specialty. It’s quite something when you cut into the pasta, cooked perfectly al dente, and the egg yolk oozes out. I’m a sucker for handmade pasta and truffles so this dish was a winner on all fronts.
Perhaps next time Mr Broad should visit Japan for his experiments with "seeking arrangements" websites. Whatever. The Owl thought a political singalong an appropriate way of commemorating Mr Broad's decision to resign from his position as the assistant minister to Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Michael McCormack.