CW, what would it take for NSW state labor NOT to get your vote? [img=185x200]http://www.news.com.au/common/imagedata/0,,6244539,00.jpg[/img] minister Matt Brown simulated sex act on female MP September 11, 2008 01:45am http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,24326753-2,00.html NSW Police Minister Matt Brown was sacked three days into the job last night after admitting a wild party in parliament house where he danced semi-naked and simulated a sex act on a female MP. Premier Nathan Rees gave Mr Brown no option but to offer his resignation, just hours after the Labor leader learnt of the allegations and of the Kiama MP's admission to at least part of them. Mr Brown, the former Housing Minister, attended a party in his office after the June 3 Budget. Witnesses to the incident, and revellers at a neighbouring party in the office of Ports Minister Joe Tripodi, said Mr Brown appeared to be drunk as he danced semi-naked on a couch in the office, The Australian newspaper reports today. Witnesses on a balcony adjoining the two offices claimed they saw Mr Brown gyrating atop the green chesterfield sofa in what were described as "very brief" underpants to "Oxford street techno-style music." He was then reported to have climbed on top of Wollongong MP Noreen Hay before turning to her adult daughter and calling out "Look at this, I'm titty f..... your mother." Mr Brown has denied using the words described but has not denied the other allegations. The incident has remained a secret within ALP circles until this week. It appears the leaking of the story was timed to either discredit the minister who was promoted on Monday to the police portfolio or to distabilise Mr Rees. Mr Brown admitted that he had called Mr Rees last night to apologise for his behaviour. "I regret the incident and have given the Premier my guarantee it will not happened again," Mr Brown said. At that stage the Premier was still undecided on the fate of his new minister. But just hours later, as the exact details of the allegations against Mr Brown were revealed, the Premier had no option but to ask for Mr Brown's resignation. Mr Brown made headlines in February this year during the Wollongong council corruption hearings. The Daily Telegraph revealed in February that Mr Brown was among a number of Labor MP's to have received political donations from a company associated with property developer Glen Tabak who was adversely named at the ICAC hearings into the councils sex for development scandal. Ms Hay was also dragged into the affair due to her associations with developers named in the inquiry. Both MPs were cleared of any wrong-doing. Mr Brown was promoted in Monday's cabinet reshuffle brought on by the dumping of former Premier Morris Iemma. Mr Rees was already under fire for the inclusion of a number of controversial MP's including Mr Brown and Mr Tripodi in his new cabinet.