Super-suction sex campaign man bites the dust!
A FETISHIST who spent the last three years campaigning against a ban on super-suction vacuum cleaners has been found DEAD at his home, in a suspected suicide.
Henry Milczarek, 44, hit the headlines back in 2014 when he started his battle against EU environment rules, which banned the sale of cleaners with motors exceeding 900 watts.
The ex- cinema projectionist – who freely admitted to having sex with vacuum cleaners – claimed the euro rules interfered with his “right to a private life” and battled to have them struck out at the European Court for Human Rights.
But his case was dismissed by judges and, according to friends, the defeat left him a “broken man”.
The shitty icing on his bitter cake came at the start of this month when the laws came into effect.
Back in 2014 Polish- born Henry, of Preston, Lancs, said: “What Brussels doesn’t understand is low power vacuum cleaners are no good if you want to put your willy in them. There just isn’t enough suction there.”
Last night pal John Stoate told Sunday Sport: “Henry never got over his court defeat. He was a broken man. He thought that a German- dominated European Union was attacking his human rights. And as a man of Polish blood, he knew where German domination leads.
“He could not live with his vision of the future. The drink didn’t help much either, of course.”
BROKEN: Henry and ( left) how we broke the news in 2014