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Official sacked after mistress exposes affair on TV

AN official in east China was sacked over a sex scandal after his mistress exposed their intimate relationship with sordid details during a television program.

The mistress surnamed Zhao in Shandong Province arranged an interview with a local TV station and showed evidence of her relationship with Bao Zhenhua, the head of the water affairs bureau in Zhangdian District in Shandong's Zibo City. Zhao produced underwear and paper towels allegedly stained with the official's sperm. The program was aired on July 3, reported Chengdu Business Daily today.

Zhao also helped the television reporter conduct an undercover interview of Bao in which he admitted to the hidden camera that he had an intimate relationship with the woman.

The mistress sent the hidden camera footage to the city's Party discipline authority before the commission removed him from his post on July 5.

The mistress said in the program that she exposed her relationship with Bao out of revenge since he refused to divorce his wife and marry her.

Zhao reportedly fought with Bao's wife in public and demanded she divorce the official.

Bao met Zhao at a luxury hotel in the city and their relationship turned sexual soon after. Zhao showed a short message on the TV program that Bao allegedly sent her. It read that he was "scorched by the desire to have her both mentally and sexually ever since they first met."

Bao was sacked because he "violated the moral rules of socialist officials," said Zhang, the vice head of Zhangdian's publicity department. Bao is now under double-designation status.

Meanwhile, in a similar case in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, a judge was sacked after his mistress sent a sex video of the couple to the city's Party discipline authority. The judge was also found to be corrupt.

More than 95 percent of government officials found to be corrupt were involved in extramarital love affairs, Qi Peiwen, a senior Party discipline official said in Dongguan, Guangdong Province earlier this month.


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