Local elections 2021: Newport residents receive hoax Welsh Nude and Proud party leaflets


‘Say YES to NO garments’: Shocked residents are receiving hoax leaflets from ‘Welsh Nude and Proud’ party calling for bare ‘revolution’ forward of this week’s native elections

  • The Welsh Nude and Proud party candidate says he’s standing for Newport West
  • Dennis Smith’s hoax manifesto is promising a ‘nude revolution’ for the Welsh metropolis
  • Cleaner air, improved hygiene on buses and nudist hotspots have been mooted
  • However the ‘political party’ did not fill in nomination papers forward of the deadline  

A pretend political manifesto promising a ‘nude revolution’ for one British metropolis has been posted to shocked residents forward of Tremendous Thursday’s native elections. 

Whereas main political events throughout the UK have been gearing up for this week’s elections, Newport residents had been left shocked by one unorthodox campaigning leaflet.

Hoax ‘Welsh Nude and Proud’ party pamphlets, adorned with daring manifesto guarantees and topless footage of a person claiming to be Dennis Smith, have been posted all through the Welsh metropolis.

Amongst his extra stunning statements, Mr Smith guarantees to strip town centre and encourages voters to ‘say YES to NO garments’ as a part of a ‘nude revolution’ for Newport West.

Twitter customers had been left in matches of laughter after studying the pretend flyers. 

Newport residents had been shocked to receive these marketing campaign leaflets from the ‘Welsh Nude and Proud Party’

Overlook political posturing. 

The Welsh Nude and Proud party have laid every thing on the desk of their struggle for the Newport West seat – together with guarantees for cleaner air, extra hygienic measures on public transport and nudist-friendly hotspots.

Their manifesto states: ‘In relation to tackling crime, we predict bare is best.

‘Statistics have proven that bare males are nearly 90 instances much less prone to be mugged.’

And as a part of plans to remodel public transport, the ‘party’ mentioned: ‘Not solely do we would like all buses to be electrical, we additionally need them to be fitted with wipe down seats as normal’.

As a part of plans to ‘liberate’ the realm, ‘political candidate’ Dennis Smith says a vote for him is a vote for a ‘higher, extra bare Newport’.

Social media customers liked the pioneering pamphlets – with some even wishing for a nudist candidate of their very own.

Sheila Provins wrote: ‘Disgrace this party will not be standing on different constituencies. Hope they remembered to use loads of issue 50, although.’ 

Daniel Adams requested: ‘The bit that stands proud (settle down) is the vote to renude Newport centre. Does that counsel it was as soon as nude and now is not?’

Whereas Drew Davies mentioned he was excited to see Mr Smith on Tremendous Thursday: ‘Cannot wait to see them on stage after the county asserting who who!

‘The place will he pin his rosette?’ 

Twitter users loved the Welsh Nude and Proud Party's manifesto and its bold promises for a 'better, more naked Newport'

Twitter customers liked the Welsh Nude and Proud Party’s manifesto and its daring guarantees for a ‘higher, extra bare Newport’

These working for election in Newport West on Tremendous Thursday are: Kevin Boucher (Reform UK), Jayne Bryant (Labour), Johnathan Clark (Plaid Cymuu), Michael Enea (Conservative and Unionist), Steve Marsh, (Freedom Alliance), John Miller (Lib Dems) and Amelia Womack (Greens). 

Ms Bryant has held the seat since Might 2016, after successful a majority of 4,115 votes. 

However it’s unlikely the opposite seven native candidates standing within the Senedd Cymru election will probably be quaking of their boots – because the Welsh Nude and Proud Party candidate didn’t full and submit their nomination papers forward of deadline.

The ‘political party’ has been contacted to supply an announcement. 

When voting for members of the Senedd, eligible residents get two votes – one for a constituency member, and one to signify the Welsh area. 



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