‘Thor blimey’: One Nation candidate flaunts six-pack for voters

‘Thor blimey’: One Nation candidate flaunts six-pack for voters

JACKSON Wreford just might be Australia’s hottest wannabe politician if these naughty photos are anything to go by.

The bodybuilding FIFO worker is the Pauline Hanson’s One Nation candidate for the seat of Canning.

However, according to the modest 32-year-old you’d need glasses if you’re voting for him based on looks.

“There are far better-looking people out there,” he said.

“I feel like I have something to say and add – if people can get past these photos”.

The risque shots were taken while Mr Wreford was training for bodybuilding competitions in 2018.

Mr Wreford said he didn’t anticipate the interest the photos would attract.

“I still see these photos as an achievement from my not too distant past, from a time I pursued my hobby of bodybuilding,” he said.

“I had the option the make my account private but I really didn’t want to because I think it shows I’ve got nothing to hide.

“Plus the voters are entitled to know who they are voting for.”

Mr Wreford reckons he’s an outside chance to win the seat of Canning.

“Hastie is a great guy and with a very large following,” he said.

“But I do think there is an outside chance, purely based on how disillusioned a lot of people are with the two major parties at the moment.”

The seat of Canning seems to attract good looking candidates – with Mr Hastie – who was dubbed “Tasty Hastie” voted the second best looking male politician in Australia a few years back.

The electrician doesn’t believe that Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is racist and wants to make life easier for those finding it hard to get ahead.

“I believe at the core of One Nation, race plays no part what so ever,” he said.

“It’s more about coming together as “one nation” not about being one colour.

“Racism has no place in this modern day and age anywhere and it breaks my heart that there are still people out there, not only in our country but abroad that base their opinion of someone based solely on the colour of skin.”