Political staffers film themselves performing sex acts on the Parliament House desks of female MPs

Disgusting political staffers allegedly film themselves performing lewd acts on the desks of female MPs in Parliament House and use the prayer room to have sex

  • At least four senior Coalition staffers allegedly shared lewd images of sex acts
  • Swapped pictures and video of solo sex acts over Facebook Messenger
  • Some used the Parliament House desks of female Parliamentarians 
  • Both MPs and staffers ‘used the small Parliament House prayer room for sex’
  • One staffer sacked after whistleblower leaks evidence of widespread depravity 

At least four senior Coalition staffers allegedly shared images of themselves performing sex acts in Parliament House including in the prayer room.

The senior staffers allegedly swapped video and pictures of themselves performing solo sex acts in Parliament House in a Facebook Messenger group.

One of the staffer admitted taking part in some of the offensive behaviour and dobbed the rest of them in.

The acts allegedly occurred over two years with some of the depravity taking place on the Parliament House desks of female parliamentarians.

This image shared by a whistleblower shows a man sitting at a desk in Parliament House exposing himself 

A man is pictured pointing at a female Liberal MP's Parliamentary desk in a still from a video. He goes on to commit a lewd sexual act on the desk

A man is pictured pointing at a female Liberal MP’s Parliamentary desk in a still from a video. He goes on to commit a lewd sexual act on the desk

A government source told ABC News on Monday evening that one of the staffers was sacked as the bombshell allegations came to light.

The staffer who was fired allegedly filmed himself performing a sexual act inside a female Liberal MP’s office.

The whistleblower told Ten News that MPs and government staffers used a small prayer room on the upper level of Parliament House to have sex.

‘Yes, I could probably say there’s very little meditation or prayer going on in that room,’ he said.  

The whistleblower told The Australian that there was a culture of men who thought they could do ‘whatever they want’. 

‘I don’t think they’ve broken any laws — but morally, they’re bankrupt,’ he said.  

Ten News and The Australian obtained some of the lewd videos and images filmed inside Parliament House.

Parliament House, Canberra, has been rocked by fresh allegations of sexual depravity as senior Coalition staffers allegedly filmed themselves in sexual acts on female MP’s desks and in the Parliamentary prayer room – and shared them on Facebook Messenger

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins (pictured in 2018) will hand down her final report on inappropriate workplace culture in Parliament House in November

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins (pictured in 2018) will hand down her final report on inappropriate workplace culture in Parliament House in November

Finance Minister Simon Birmingham condemned the behaviour on Monday and said those involved would be sacked.

‘I am disgusted and appalled,’ he said.

‘It shows a complete disregard for all that our parliamentary democracy stands for.’

‘It also demonstrates an enormous disrespect for the employing member or senator in relation to those staff and those officers.

‘It equally shows a complete contempt for the Australian taxpayers who have paid the wages for such staff and, in my opinion, any individuals who engaged in such activity ought to prepare to pack their bags and leave the building for good.’

One staffer was confirmed to have been sacked on Monday. Finance Minister Simon Birmingham (pictured)  said the others would also lose their jobs

One staffer was confirmed to have been sacked on Monday. Finance Minister Simon Birmingham (pictured)  said the others would also lose their jobs

Senator Birmingham said it further demonstrated the need for the inquiry by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins into parliament’s workplace culture. 

Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins is leading a review of workplace culture in Parliament House in the wake of the Brittany Higgins rape allegations.

Ms Higgins says she was raped by a former colleague inside Parliament House in March 2019.

Ms Jenkins’ review is expected to issue a final report in November.      

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