Update: Phil Kinkle, you dirty little birdie you.
"To eighteen year old Kameryn Gibson, Mr. Hinkle sent from his iPad:
"Cannot be a long time sugar daddy, but can for tonight. Would you be interested in keeping me company for a while tonight? I [will] make it worth [your] while. I am an in shape married professional, 5'8", fit 170 lbs, and love getting and staying naked. How about $80 for services rendered and if real [sic] satisfied, a healthy tip? For the record, for a really good time, you could get another 50, 60 bucks. That sound good?"
The above came in several messages with the tagline, "Sent from Phil's iPad"
For starters, how is it that this gay politician can use an iPad and not know that his messages can be made public? Is he stupid or like most politicians just thinks he is above scrutiny?
Secondly, when interviewed, Hinkle denied that he was gay, but here is the twist: He said he had never done anything like that and he had no idea why he had done it. Apparently, he had an out- of-body experience where something took over his typing fingers, drove his car, picked up the 18 year old, took him to a hotel, checked into a room, and took off his clothes.
Thirdly, Hinkle's seduction skills were woefully inadequate. He tried to impress the lad by identifying himself as a state legislator. This information frightened the male hustler who called his sister to come get him. Hinkle then grabbed him by the ass but was denied his desires. When the sister arrived, Hinkle gave them his iPad, BlackBerry, and $100 cash not to tell. It was a secret too good to keep.
Phil Hinkle plans to stick with his out-of-body defense and stay in the Indiana State Legislature."
Thanks to Ron @ Apollo Network for the article.