FIA Boss’ Sexual Perversion Good For A Laugh?

Max Mosley, the FIA boss best known for his Nazi sex orgy video, admits he’s had a life-long obsession with sado-masochistic acts - one his wife of 48 years knew nothing about.

Max Mosley Nazi sex orgy

The LONDON DAILY MAIL spanks up the confession from Mosley, who’s in court suing NEWS OF THE WORLD for publishing pics of his naughty Nazi-themed fling with five prostitutes.

Max admitted that he’s enjoyed carnal corporal punishment “from a young age“, but he kept his dirty desires secret from his wife, Jean. When the photos were released to the public, Mosley said that the little missus was “completely and utterly devastated“. Gee, we wonder why.

Mosley denies that his latest photo-captured erotic adventure was Nazi-esque, claiming that he could think of “few things so unerotic” as concentration camp roleplay. But while he may dispute shouting “Sieg Heil” and abusing prostitutes dressed as prisoners, Mosley does admit that such brutal hijinks are actually good for a chuckle or two:

Mr Mosley said he had never seen any brutality involved in his sex sessions but there certainly was a lot of humour. ‘Quite often what tends to happen after one scene, everybody sits down and discusses it and sometimes it is almost impossible not to laugh.’

In part of the session caught on video by the News Of The World, Mr Mosley is involved in a head-shaving role-play as part of a guard and prisoner scenario.

‘During the shaving, I was shaking with laughter and trying not to let the ladies realise I was laughing but it was almost impossible not to do so,’ he said.

Because there’s nothing funnier than shaving a hooker in a concentration camp sex fantasy. We’re splitting our sides just thinking about it!

Max Mosley spanked by prostitute

(Mosley getting spanked by a prostitute - isn’t this hilarious?)

Mosley’s lawyer admits that his client “had been interested in ‘bottom spanking, whipping, fantasies and role-play scenarios since quite a young age’“, but counters that such behavior is in “Mr Mosley’s right to indulge in what he liked in his private life and expect it to be kept private.

Not when you’re president of an international racing organization, it isn’t.