A Conservative candidate has been suspended from the party over offensive comments about Jews and AIDS discovered on his Twitter account.
George Stoakley referenced Anne Frank's suffering as she hid from Nazis in an attic and said AIDS was 'weaponised semen' in tweets.
Following outrage on social media after the tweets were discovered the Conservative Party has suspended Mr Stoakley and started an investigation.
A Conservative spokesman told the News today (April 26): "George Stoakley has been suspended and an investigation is underway".
The 23-year-old was due to stand for election in the Fen Ditton and Fulbourn ward in the local election on May 3.
What did George Stoakley say?
The Conservative candidate made references to the horrendous conditions Anne Frank suffered while hiding from the Nazis.
In a tweet he said he was 'sweating like a Jew in an attic'.
Other derogatory and offensive tweets called an 11 year old girl a 's***'
In 2014 he tweeted: "What the f*** getting pregnant at 11, and giving birth at 12 dirty little s**g should have the child taken away."
Other horrendous comments saw the then teenager call AIDS 'weaponised semen' in July 2013.
His comments have sparked a social media storm and people have started declaring the prospective candidate 'unfit for election'.
Another tweet suggested Mr Stoakley was jealous of Jeremy Kyle because he got to 'shout at chavs all day.'
He also called for relaxed gun laws in the UK and said hand guns should be legalised in Britain.