Su­per-suc­tion sex cam­paign man bites the dust!

Sunday Sport - - NEWS - By BAR­NEY SA­MUELS news@ sun­daysport. co. uk

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

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