London: Britain's longest serving Indian-origin MP who was caught in a sex scandal, had introduced himself as a washing machine salesman to the young boys he had paid for sex.
Keith had hidden his identity from the prostitutes and had introduced himself as 'Jim'.
He also discussed drugs, unprotected sex and money with the boys. But little did he know that his conversation was being secretly recorded.
The Labour MP from Leicester since 1987, who is a married father of two, paid for men to visit him one evening last month at a flat he owns in London, the 'Sunday Mirror' claimed.
Vaz allegedly paid for sex with two male prostitutes and offered to pay for a class A or banned drug, according to the newspaper report, which is accompanied by a video.
He is said to have added: "I want a good time please." Vaz is accused of asking the young men to bring poppers to the flat, as well as allegedly joking about being a "pimp".
As the talk ranged from sex to pets, Vaz eventually said: "We need to get this party started". He also spoke about having had unprotected sex.
And ahead of the meeting he had sent a series of texts in which he jokingly called himself one of the men's "pimp" and "bank manager".
Following the sex scandal, Vaz received a lot of criticism, with many people demanding his resignation. It is understood that Vaz has not resigned completely but temporarily as he speaks to his lawyer and other members of the committee.