What’s Up With Rev. Kirby of the Church of England? Minister Filmed Snorting Coke, Smoking Crack, and Watching Porn Says he’s Rather be With a Prostitute Than in a Committed Relationship

Rev. Stennett Kirby
Rev. Stennett Kirby

In exclusive footage shot inside the £1.5m Diocese-owned home, Rev Stennett Kirby, 64, inhales from a crack pipe and then tells his mate: ‘I’m a very happy man’.

The Rev Stennett Kirby, 64, smoked the highly-addictive Class A drug and snorted cocaine in shocking scenes at his church-owned home.

The respected community figure also watched porn, and chatted about escorts and a trip to Soho to buy liquid chemical poppers, which gives users a head rush.

Footage obtained by The Sun on Sunday shows Mr Kirby spark up his crack pipe as he relaxes on a sofa with a pal.

His friend then says: “You’re happy now, innit?” The churchman replies: “I’m a very happy man. I love it.”

He is seen staring at a TV, apparently watching porn, and adds: “It f***ing turns me on when I have this and I watch that.”

Mr Kirby, vicar of West Ham Parish Church in East London since 2007, then makes a crude oral sex reference and refers to women in a lewd way.

The vicar and his pal also discuss hiring a female escort and he says: “I wish I could. If I had money, I would. I’ve only got £10 left.”

When his friend tells him he prefers prostitutes to having a relationship, unmarried Mr Kirby — on sick leave from work — agrees.

Mr Kirby, known by his middle name Roger, says: “It’s too much hassle, that’s what I told you about women.”

Later his pal asks him: “Shall I make you a cocaine spliff?” Mr Kirby replies: “If you don’t mind.”

As music plays, the vicar reveals he is planning a trip to central London the next day. He says: “I’m going to Soho with my mate for dinner. I’m going to sex shops to get some poppers.” Possession is not illegal.

In other footage Mr Kirby, whose brother is a minister, can be seen snorting coke. His pal says taking it off the back of his hand is easier. Seconds later Mr Kirby says approvingly: “That is good.”

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SOURCE: Michael Hamilton and Ben Leo
The Sun