British man has 26 children by 15 different women- says being a bouncer made him do it

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By The Mirror

A father-of-26 dubbed ‘Britain’s most feckless father’ said his job as a bouncer was the reason why he has such a large number of children.

He claims he used to choose between ‘the pick of the women’ when he was a doorman.

Peter said he used to go home with a different women ‘every night’ working as a doorman and admitted he wasn’t acting ‘responsibly’.

But he ‘regrets’ his former lifestyle and admits he is ‘ashamed’ because he has let his children down.

Mr Rolfe sparked outrage when he recently moved into a five-bedroom house, funded by taxpayers’ money – on the Isle of Wight with seven of his children.

Speaking from his new home in Newport, he said: “If I would have been responsible, which I should have been, I would not have fathered this amount of children.

“I was a doorman and you get to pick the ‘pick of the ladies’ if you like, or whatever you want to call it, and any doorman will tell you that.

“You could go home with a different woman every night and I’ll be honest, I did for a while.

“But I regret that lifestyle very much because I have lost contact with a lot of my children which I’m not happy with that.

“I think about those children everyday.

“But in 2000 I turned my life around and tried to look after these children.

“I’ll hold my hands up, I do admit, I’ve let down quite a few of my children and I’m ashamed of that.

“I made the decision to not go around chatting up the women or taking the pick of the women from the pubs and clubs I worked in.

“I did decide to try and settle down a couple of times but I didn’t work.

“I have a criminal record for violence and stuff like that, I’m not disputing that. But I turned my life around back in 2000.”

Peter claimed his former property, which he moved into in September 2011, was ‘too small’ for his family.

Incredibly, when he complained to the Local Government Ombudsman, it ruled that the council should pay him £1,000 for the ‘serious injustice’ his family had suffered.

But the council is refusing to pay him it because it says he ‘operated the system to his advantage’ and any payment would have to come out of its homelessness prevention budget.

One-eyed Mr Rolfe, who walks with a stick, has appeared on Channel 5’s Benefits Britain: Life On The Dole last year and ITV’s This Morning.

Former Tory MP Ann Widdecombe branded him Britain’s most feckless father and said he does not deserve a tent, let alone a council house.

Mr Rolfe says he is a single father trying to raise his children and is entitled to his benefits.

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