Italian pornstar Rocco Siffredi would like to co-star in a movie with Silvio Berlusconi (Reuters)
Ousted from parliament and apparently persecuted by justice, Italy's embattled former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has received an unlikely job offer: to co-star in a movie with Italy's most famous male pornstar, Rocco Siffredi.
Siffredi, 49, wants to crown his 450-movie long porn career shooting an action duo with the 77-year-old media tycoon - possibly set at Berlusconi's Arcore villa outside Milan, where the politician allegedly held his infamous sex parties.
"My dream - the movie I miss - is a movie with Berlusconi and me," the porn actor and producer told Il Corriere della Sera newspaper.
Siffredi, conveniently nicknamed "The Italian Stallion", said the movie should be titled after the famous 1970s TV series The Persuaders!, which starred Roger Moore and Tony Curtis.
"We should assemble all of Italy's female politicians and then make a shambles; bunga-bunga would be no match for it," Siffredi said.
Siffredi, whose previous titles include Wild Attraction, Oriental Night and Buttman's European Vacation, is currently the host of a TV show aiming to help Italian couples to spice up their sex lives.
Meanwhile, Berlusconi is battling legal and political troubles. Last week, the three-time prime minister lost his seat in the Senate over a conviction for tax fraud.
In addition, his lawyers are appealing a seven-year jail sentence for underage prostitution and bribery charges. The case has prompted Italian prosecutors to open an investigation into alleged manipulation of evidence and bribery of witnesses by Berlusconi and his defence team.
Berlusconi denies all accusations and claims to be the victim of a leftist plot to remove him from the political scene.
Last week his 28-year-old girlfriend Francesca Pascale urged Pope Francis to receive her to discuss the political disgrace of her partner.
Nevertheless, Berlusconi has pledged to continue his political fight and re-launched his first political venture Forza Italia (Go Italy).
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