A Labour councillor who claimed on a Channel 4 documentary that he had fathered a child with an alien said he was six years-old when he had his first extra-terrestrial sexual experience.
Claiming that the alien had big eyes and body like an insect, he explained: “The creature reached into the cot that I was in, lifted me up and I was tilted over to look straight into its face.”
Asked whether the aliens had been concerned about their sexual partner’s young age, the now 52-year-old replied: “No because, it’s about experience and your soul.”
He added that alien technology differed from the Hollywood stereotype of a flying saucer in that the other-worldly being travelled in a “teardrop shaped craft with the blunt end going forward and the pointy end at the back.”
And according to the father of three (humans), his last encounter with beings came six weeks ago when one visited to give him a “health check”.
Previously, Simon has said that has relations with an alien referred to as the Cat Queen four times a year.
The driving instructor even claims to have fathered an extra terrestrial lovechild called Zarka and says having sex with the alien has caused tension in his marriage.
He is reported to have told the Northern Echo: “What will happen is that we will hold hands and I will say ‘I’m ready’ and then the technology I don’t understand will take us up to a craft orbiting the earth.
“My wife found out about it and was very unhappy, clearly. That caused a few problems, but it is not on a human level, so I don’t see it as wrong.”
Parkes also claims his “real mother” is a 9ft green alien with eight, stick-like fingers who appeared to him in his cot when he was six months old.
He told Channel 4 documentary Confessions Of An Alien Abductee that the being reached out to him with “these two green ‘stick things, like beanpoles’.”
He continued: “I thought, ‘they’re not mummy’s hands, mummy’s hands are pink’, and mummy has thumbs. These are green and pointed and there’s four of them.’
“I was looking straight into its face. It enters my mind through my eyes and it sends a message down my optic nerve into my brain, saying 'I am your real mother, I am your more important mother'.”
But despite the frequent close encounters, Parkes says his work is unaffected.
He is quoted as saying: “It’s a personal matter and it doesn’t affect my work. I’m more interested in fixing someone’s leaking roof or potholes. People don’t want me to talk about aliens.
“I get more common sense out of the aliens than out of Scarborough Town Hall.”