Tim Quilty wants to "make Victoria sexy again" and legalise pornography.
The Wodonga-based MP turned to sarcasm in Parliament this week when making his point about the fact that despite being illegal, pornography was easily accessible online.
"Just the other night, entirely by accident, I happened to stumble across the most astounding website with short videos featuring quite an extraordinary range of young - and indeed not so young - ladies in various states of undress engaged in various vigorous activities," he said.
"I felt it was my duty to the house to research this matter further, extensively, and it is my sad and melancholic responsibility to report to the house that the site was in fact hosting pornographic material.
"And it does not end there. As my further feverish studies over many hours revealed, this was not the only such site on the internet."
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Mr Quilty's bit continued, saying once he recovered from his shock, he deleted his browser history.
But he returned to serious conversation, referencing a story printed in The Border Mail about Morgana Muses, who became an adult movie star at the age of 54.
It was an argument that Reason MP Fiona Patten made back in 2015, when she said Victoria's "crazy" laws on the adult film industry were outdated and hampered efforts to regulate online pornography.
Mr Quilty called on Attorney-General Jill Hennessy to look into introducing legislation to legalise the adult film industry.
"It is no longer 1981: the internet is a thing, the cat is out of the bag, the horse has long since escaped the stable and the coop has been flown," Mr Quilty said.