Woman reads 'adultery' Bible commandment to Candyman as he's sitting next to four girlfriends and wife
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A journalist once read the ten commandments to Candyman to garner his reaction on the whole ‘thou shall not commit adultery’ thing while he was sat with his wife and four girlfriends.
As well as partying like a bloke half his age, Beynon likes to keep himself occupied with a full roster of women - alongside his wife Taesha, he also has a plethora of girlfriends.
Describing the unusual sleeping arrangements to LADbible back in 2018, he said: "The bedroom has three large king-sized beds, I actually have another bedroom in the house which is just for me so if it ever gets too much I escape to that.
"Managing girls who are romantically involved, emotionally involved, can be challenging but the more you do it the better you get at it.” Fair enough.
Dubbed the ‘Australian Hugh Hefner,’ Beynon appeared on an episode of Fox’s Chasing News, where a journalist was introduced to his wife and four of his girlfriends.
After asking some questions about his attention-grabbing lifestyle, the journalist decided to see what Beynon thought of the ten commandments - more specifically the one about adultery.
She said: “I just have to read a little bit of the Bible - and it goes: keep the sabbath day holy; honour your father and your mother; you shall not murder; you shall not commit adultery."
At this point, she pauses for dramatic effect.
However, it seems that Beynon is pretty unflappable and was able to quickly respond to her point.
“I think times have changed,” he said. “I mean… the example I use is same sex marriage. If you want to compare the Bible to same sex marriage. I think society is turning.
“They’re comparing me to Hugh Hefner today, but what Hugh did 50 plus years ago is completely different because society has changed.”
The women in Beynon's life must stick to some basic rules, including taking part in a weekly ‘family’ meal.
"If you're in as a girlfriend you're part of the family,” he said. “We have a compulsory family dinner on Sunday nights with everyone and we all sit down we fill two large tables and I take everyone's mobile phones and put them in another room.
"We get takeaway because it's our one-night takeaway we all sit there - the young kids, the older kids, the girlfriends, the wife.
"They are forced to talk [about] the old days and that's a pretty special night for everyone. Once we've finished our takeaway, we go into the cinema that I have in the mansion and all watch a movie together.
"There's no more fights than normal - in fact, I think that the beauty the girls have is that they've got a boyfriend or husband like me, but also their best mates living with them.
"They enjoy that too, I think. They fight, of course, but most of the time they get on and enjoy each other's company."
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