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Sunday, 12 June 2011

image for Pippa Middleton admits that she is using a photo of Congressman Anthony Weiner's 'little friend' as her computer screen saver.
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WASHINGTON - Democrats on Sunday called for U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner to resign.

The latest alleged scandal involves Pippa Middleton who says she is using a photo she was tweeted by the politician as her screen saver.

Ms. Middleton apparently told one of her close friends that it cheers her up when she turns on her computer. It is a photo of Tony's 'little friend' and causes her to giggle each time she sees it.

Stories are coming out about Weiner photographing himself with his cellphone in suggestive positions, including in a towel clutching his crotch. Said photos appear to have been taken in the House of Representatives' gymnasium.

This, in itself, could end his career as it is against the law to take pictures of the House of Representatives' gymnasium.

Although insisting that 'hackers' infiltrated his Twitter account, the tearful Anthony Weiner confessed at a press conference. He apologized profusely for taking pictures of the House of Representatives' gymnasium and promised not to do so again as long as he could continue to be a New York congressman.

Anthony Weiner has agreed to enter a facility for treatment and has handed over his cell phone until he is deemed fit to use it in a 'proper manner'.

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