This week, he thrilled the harpies of the press when he told a female doctor working with quake victims in L'Aquila, "I wouldn't mind being resuscitated by you."
And I bet he pinches the bottoms of the female political interns too.
Once again, Gerald Warner strikes the right note contrasting uptight government-controlled Britain and freedom and happiness-loving Italy:
In this country, some heavily moustachioed harpie from a feminist quango would have hauled Silvio up in front of more tribunals than an MP has houses, before you could say "Harriet Harridan." His diary would have been so full of appointments at compulsory diversity training workshops he would not have had time for any ministerial engagements.