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US TV host mocks Broad for sexts to sugar baby promising to ‘kiss your neck and whisper ‘Gday mate’

Aussie political sex scandal mocked on The Late Show as Colbert mocks Andrew Broad’s ‘extremely Australian’ sexts

  • Popular US talk show host Stephen Colbert has weighed in on ‘sugar baby’ texts 
  • Nationals MP Andrew Broad resigned after he allegedly sent texts to woman 
  • In one message he said he would ‘softly kiss your neck and whisper ‘Gday mate’ 
  • Colbert gave a few more satirical examples of texts he said the Late Show found 

High profile US television host Stephen Colbert has weighed in on the ‘sugar baby’ sexting scandal that caused the downfall of Australian politician Andrew Broad.

Colbert, who fronts The Late Show, which he began hosting in 2015 after the retirement of David Letterman, mocked Broad for sending a message to a woman promising to ‘softly kiss your neck and whisper ‘Gday mate.’

‘Turns out Australian politicians have career ending scandals too, except there your life goes down the toilet in the other direction,’ he said during a two-and-a-half minute monologue on the latest episode of the hugely popular talk show.

High profile US television host Stephen Colbert has weighed in on the ‘sugar baby’ sexting scandal by giving a few more examples of texts he said The Late Show found 

Broad, who was the Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, resigned from his role earlier this week after the woman named Amy told New Idea of meeting the married Nationals MP after they started talking on a website for ‘sugar daddies’ and ‘sugar babies’ 

Colbert then retold the woman’s account of meeting Broad for dinner in Hong Kong where he allegedly referred to himself as ‘James Bond’ before complaining about the expensive prices at the restaurant.

‘Classic Bond. ‘Martini, shaken, not stirred… and I have a Groupon’,’ Colbert said.

‘Well we here at the Late Show got our hands on some of the other extremely Australian sext messages that Andrew Broad sent,’ the 54-year-old joked.

Colbert then gave some satirical examples of text messages he joked The Late Show team had found.  

‘We’ll boomerang back to my place, I’ll peel your clothes off and then softly say, ‘what say I toss my shrimp on your barbie?”

‘We’ll listen to some sweet didgeridoo, then at the moment of ecstasy I’ll shout, ‘Hugh Jackman!”

Broad, who was the Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, resigned from his role earlier this week after the woman named Amy told New Idea of meeting the married Nationals MP after they started talking on a website for ‘sugar daddies’ and ‘sugar babies’. 

The woman named 'Amy' who allegedly received the texts after meeting the MP through a website 

The woman named ‘Amy’ who allegedly received the texts after meeting the MP through a website 

The Late Show was previously hosted by David Letterman until 2015 when Colbert took over hosting the hugely popular talk show  

The Late Show was previously hosted by David Letterman until 2015 when Colbert took over hosting the hugely popular talk show  

 

 

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