UKIP candidate in next month local Bristol elections revealed as veteran male porn actor named Rockard

April 9, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

A UKIP candidate and senior party official has defended his other job – as a PORN baron named Rockard.

Prospective UKIP councillor John Langley who runs a seedy pornography business (SWNS)

Prospective UKIP councillor John Langley who runs a seedy pornography business (SWNS)

Balding John Langley, 59, is vice chairman for the party in Bristol and is standing proud in next month’s city council elections.

But he is also a veteran adult movie star as well as a talent scout, manager and promoter where he goes by the name of Johnny Rockard.

UKIP bosses have also said they have no problem with his “unusual” line of work which Langley revealed to them when he put himself forward for election.

Langley, who has been in the porn business for 30 years, said: “This is no big deal.

“It is just electioneering and it is the type of thing you expect in the run up to any election.

“I have never made a big deal out of what I do and I am not breaking any laws.”

He added: “UKIP is a working class party which appeals to working class people.

“Normal people go to the pub and enjoy a pint and then probably go home and enjoy adult entertainment. What people do in their private lives is really up to them.

“What people do in the privacy of their own homes is nothing to do with politics and I cannot see why there should be any problem with any of this.”

Langley is currently vice chair of the Bristol branch of UKIP and stood for election in May 2014 in Brislington East where he came second with 886 votes.

The would-be councillor is hoping to unseat Tory rival Jay Jethwa to represent the Stockwood constituency in next month’s elections.

In his campaign material Langley says if elected he will transfer “the balance of power from the weighty autocratic hub of local government back to you”.

He also wants to install bus shelters, lighting and play parks in the area – but makes no mention of his X-rated line of work in any of his election blogs or material.

But his Johnny Rockard Global Media business has been running for more than eight years and boasts a speciality in “the British girl next door genre”.

His website boasts it is “probably the most globally publicised and promoted UK name in adult entertainment” due to an “increasing appetite for explicit content”.

He claims to have more than 30 years experience of photographing women and is currently looking to employ “attractive and presentable” women aged between 18 and 60.

According to the site they can earn up to £100 an hour doing “what is probably the most enjoyable, fun, and profitable industries on the planet in current times”.

But on his website he warns the profession is much more difficult for men, and “isn’t as easy at it looks”.

On his site he says: “I remember one occasion several years back when I was performing for a private movie.

“I had to keep it rigidly hard for a period of nine hours, and this was way before Viagra had even been thought of – and fire off bang on cue!”

UKIP said they were made aware of Mr Langley’s sideline as porn star and adult film producer when he first stood as a candidate.

A spokesman said: “Mr Langley is not doing anything illegal and it is a little bit unusual but at the end of the day he is a businessman.

“Nothing is being hidden and there is no issue as far as we are concerned with him standing for UKIP in the election.”

Last January the University of the West of England in Bristol threatened to take legal action after it emerged a Johnny Rockard feature had been filmed on its campus.

The 23-minute video was called ‘Johnny Rockard at University of West of England in Bristol Student pick up and public sex with horny Xzena’.

In the film a man wanders around the campus among unwitting students telling the viewer he is looking for a girl “who wants to earn some money and have some fun”.

He approaches ‘Xzena’, 22, a psychology student, and she performs a sex act on him at the campus gates and the romp continues on a bus heading into Bristol city centre.

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