I wonder what David Cameron's women-friendly Conservative Party will make of Glyn Davies's views on Paul McCartney's lawyer?
Heather Mills threw a jug of water over Fiona Shackleton in court. This is the would-be MP's view:
"From the 'before and after photographs' in today's newspapers, I have to say that the wet bedraggled look bestowed upon Ms Shackleton a wanton and rather fetching appearance. If she wants my advice, I'd recommend she considers adoping the wet look on a regular basis. She might even try wearing a T-shirt as well."
David Cameron has suggested that a third of the Ministers in a future Conservative Government will be women, although he will presumably not select them for their "wanton and rather fetching appearance"
Perhaps there's something in the water in Montgomeryshire that makes their politicians do and say risky, if not risque, things.
The Shadow Welsh Secretary, Cheryl Gillan did not return calls. Glyn seems to have taken personal offence at our decision to report his remarks. He even turned down a request to discuss them on Radio Wales - a first.
Judging by comments elsewhere in the blogosphere his comments will at least earn him a brief role as a martyr in Tory politics. He might almost become a pin-up on the right, if that's not too inappropriate a term to use.....