Shirtless Photo of Anthony Weiner Emerges

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

Weinergate just keeps getting worse. Two new women have come forward to say they engaged in online encounters with Rep. Anthony Weiner -- complete with a shirtless photo of the Congressman.

First, Andrew Breitbart's conservative websites BigGovernment.com and BigJournalism.com reported on Monday that a woman claimed that Weiner sent her suggestive messages and images, including one with his shirt off:

As well as one with two cats that Weiner captioned, "Me and the pussys":


Weiner also sent a photo with a handwritten "me" (above) to prove to the woman that she was indeed speaking with him, the report claims.

BigGovernment said the images were sent from "from [email protected] via BlackBerry" on May 4 and 5.

Hours later, a second woman came forward to Radaronline.com, saying "she has 200 sexually explicit messages from Weiner from a Facebook account the Democratic politician no longer uses."

Radar said it has confirmed that the account where the messages came from belonged to Weiner.

Radar said the woman provided one particularly damning "sexting" exchange allegedly with Weiner on March 16:

Weiner: "ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?"

Woman: "Yea! can u send a pic?"

Weiner: "jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic."

The woman said he ultimately did not send the photo because he "got cold feet."

Of course, the entire Weiner scandal began when a close-up photo of a man's undershorts was sent to a woman on Twitter. Weiner denied sending the photo, but said he could not be sure that the photo was not of him.