Noosa councillor investigated for 'breach of conduct' after appearing on The Bachelorette
Oct 13 2019
"Obviously I named my profession just like other guys were fire fighters or ex-army soldiers, I'm a local councillor, so I didn't worry about that at all", he said.
When told Angie would confront him about his behaviour, Glasgow said, "Bring it on, bitch".
Cr Glasgow said earlier today he would not resign from his position, over "a one-off mistake".
"This is one day in my whole political career in Noosa that I made probably the worst judgment ever and I won't resign because I still hold utmost respect for Noosa, its community and its people".
In another scene on last night's episode, Cr Glasgow made a comment about a fellow contestant not trying to kiss Ms Kent.
I am embarrassed for us as a region and I feel for the attractive people of Noosa who work hard to maintain an impeccable brand based on not just only this wonderful region, but because they are genuinely good, caring, respectable people.
"Having now viewed last night's second episode of the program, I have spoken to Cr Glasgow and told him to seriously consider resigning from his position as Councillor on the Noosa Council".
"I still work for the people and I've been doing great before this and I'll do great after it". "I've kissed plenty of girls and they've turned their heads before; I'm used to it".
Cr Glasgow said he was just "making drama and entertainment" to get ratings. In other footage, contestants claimed that Glasgow had made sexual comments about female members of the crew that had made them feel uncomfortable.