Raunchy video emerges of footy star turned Labor candidate dressed as a scantily-clad cop at a private party with a ‘spank station’ where women were encouraged to whip each other
- Labor candidate, Terry Campese, caught in revealing footage
- Announced candidacy for Monaro in December of last year
- The NSW state election is set to take place on March 25
A revealing video has surfaced of an ex-NRL star turned hopeful Labor MP dressed as a scantily-clad cop just weeks out from the NSW state election.
Terry Campese, the Labor candidate for the NSW seat of Monaro in the south of the state, attended an adults-only party last year – wearing only blue underwear, a tie and a police hat.
A racy video taken at the party showed a ‘spanking station’ sign and a woman drinking alcohol from Mr Campese’s body while other women whipped each other with sex toys and bondage items hung from trees.
The NSW state election is in just over six weeks on March 25.
Former NRL star and Labor candidate for Monaro, Terry Campese, has been caught in revealing footage wearing just blue underwear, a police hat and a tie (pictured)
The racy video shows a ‘spanking station’ sign and a woman drinking alcohol off of Mr Campese’s body while other women whipped each other with sex toys and bondage items hung from trees
The footage also showed Mr Campese burying his face in a woman’s breasts.
A senior party official lodged a complaint over the footage on January 10.
The complaint was linked to the official’s alleged concerns around the activities of Mr Campese, and claimed his behaviour was not acceptable for a potential representative for NSW Labor.
NSW Labor told Daily Mail Australia the party had determined ‘no further action’ was required.
‘There was a misunderstanding about the original information request, once that was clarified, responses were provided,’ a spokesman said.
‘NSW Labor has reviewed the video and determined there is no further action required.
‘It is a private matter for Terry Campese.’
Mr Campese announced his candidacy for the seat once held by former Nationals leader and Deputy Premier John Barilaro on December 18.
Mr Campese announced his candidacy in December last year, the NSW state election is on March 25
In 2012, he founded the Terry Campese Foundation while sidelined with injuries during his NRL career, a charity that seeks to ‘provide greater opportunities for marginalised young people in the community’.
‘I am driven by working in and for the community and I want to take that commitment to the next level,’ Mr Campese said in a statement regarding his candidacy.
Since his retirement from rugby league in 2016, Campese has been an ambassador for Canteen Cancer and Ronald McDonald House and a patron of the Raising Hope Education Foundation.
‘It’s time for a fresh start in Monaro and I’m determined to ensure a Minns Labor government delivers better schools and hospitals for our community,’ Mr Campese said.
Campese played 139 games for the Canberra raiders between 2004 to 2014, even representing Australia one occasion in 2008. He also had a 26-match stint in the UK in the 2015-16 season for Hull Kingston Rovers.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Labor and Terry Campese for comment.