As “kinky ex MP” and lover of canes Harvey Proctor storms out of a BBC interview, he again shows himself as nothing but an arrogant, self-entitled prick
Harvey Proctor is a bit like the cat that ate the canary. This self-satisfied wazzock may have been vindicated over the false allegations made by Carl Beech, but in behaving as he did during a BBC interview this morning he yet again illustrated himself as nothing but a pompous prick.
Subsequently derided on Twitter as a “typical bully boy” and “complete tosser,” this “dreadful” specimen, it must be remembered, was convicted of gross indecency with teenage boys in 1986. Known back then as a “kinky MP” this one-time associate of the paedophile procurer for Jeffrey Epstein and all-round wrong ‘un Ghislaine Maxwell, Proctor announced: “I’m not having this” before having a hissy fit with BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty. He then stormed out in a fashion akin to that of a school boy whose testosterone had overheated.
Praised elsewhere by the equally unctuous ex-MP David ‘Footie Kit’ Mellor, ‘Headmaster Harvey’s’ attempt to make himself the victim now will not sit well with the young men he “caned for being naughty” back in the 1980s and his behaviour will not sit well with other genuine victims of false accusations either. It is time that this obnoxious twerp faded away into the background and it is time that he disappeared for once and for good. We salute Naga Munchetty for standing up to this cretinous creep.