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Politicians reveal “Most Embarassing” moments of their political careers.

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Representatives from six of Northern Ireland’s Political Parties standing in the Westminster Elections have revealed the most embarrassing moments of their careers during a debate held by Q Radio/CityBeat at Coleraine’s University of Ulster.

First up was the DUP’s Gregory Campbell who said his most embarrassing moment was speaking on the wrong bill at Stormont.

Second, we have the SDLP’s Mark Durkan who said his most embarrassing moment was when he got a massive nosebleed just before a photoshoot with ex-UUP Leader David Trimble.

Jim Allister, predictably claimed his most embarrassing moment was listening to Sinn Fein at Stormont.

Next up, Mike Nesbitt who fell off a ladder and nearly “decapitated” a voter’s pet.

Stephen Farry, from the Alliance Party said his election poster flying up against a woman’s window was his most embarrassing moment.

Finally, we have UKIP’s David McNarry who said his most embarrassing moment was his walking in on a naked woman when he was canvassing at the age of 16.

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