Dublin - Irish Senate leader Maurice Cummins is considering the proposition after leading gay rights activist Senator David Norris claimed Fine Gael member Regina Doherty was 'talking out of her fanny' about, er, stuff.
It means the Greek isle famous for its LGBT tourism could now become the Seanad's new hot seat if proposals to abolish the Upper House and accommodate it in the bankrupt Greek isle go ahead.
Commenting on the proposals Cummins revealed it would create an annual saving of 20m euros for the Irish taxpayer with the added bonus of Senators getting a nice Mediterranean tan.
But not everyone is happy with the idea.
"Of course Ms Doherty is having none of it, heheh," a tongue-in-cheek Norris explained in a full-throttle sexist swipe at the politician before waxing lyrical about his and other Senators' 'misery' at having to listen to what he called 'The Regina Monologues'.
Regina Doherty meanwhile is staying above the affray with just one relatively modest response to the incident: 'Once a sexist, crude and deeply offensive gay misogynist ALWAYS a sexist, crude and deeply offensive gay misogynist' she tweeted.
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