Winston as popular as ever with the ladies still

Winston Peters has always been popular with the ladies…and he hasn’t lost his touch.

NZ First leader Winston Peters was put under the hammer and auctioned off at the Ladies Charity Luncheon in Tauranga today.

How much to have Winston entertain your table of guests for the duration of the lunch? $600, with all proceeds going to two local charities.

Mt Maunganui New World owner Sarah McBeath won the auction and Mr Peters took his seat at her table.

“I think he’s witty and sophisticated. He’s already entertaining the table – we haven’t talked politics but we’ve covered horse riding, fashion and life in Tauranga,” Ms McBeath said.

Mr Peters told Bay of Plenty Times reporters at the event that he got involved because “that’s what people need to do in their community – help out where they can.”

Though surrounded by 900 women at ASB Baypark, Mr Peters was not fazed.

“My mother always told me to be careful, be prepared and be alert and this always put me in good stead in my life. I will definitely be alert with 900 women around,” he said.

 

Something we obviously share in common…a wise mother.

The “sex bomb” of NZ politics is still going strong like Tom Jones:

 

-NZ Herald


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