Randy Melanie Sykes says she was “caught up in the moment” with new lover on Twitter

TV presenter Melanie Sykes shocked her Twitter followers recently by sending “saucy” tweets and pictures to her new lover, Jack Cockings, who she ‘affectionately’ calls “Jack Rabbit.”

Following a particularly raunchy set of messages back and forth, Jack tweeted that Melanie is “def naughtier than she appears.”

And in another, he proved he can be just a “naughty” when he remarked, “tweeting whilst hanging out the back of @MsMelanieSykes xxx”.

After the couple spent a few days in Jack’s hometown in Dorset, Melanie tweeted, “I’ve met this rabbit that is in dire need of my attention xx RSPCA.”

He responded, “@MsMelanieSykes haha this rabbit has really naughty habits though… keeps practising for reproduction24/7 xxx”.

And later, when he asked her if she was in love with him, Melanie replied, “Truly madly deeply”…

Of Jack – whose Twitter username is @bespokespartan – Melanie added, “I’ll like to formally announce that @bespokespartan is my boyfriend and we met on f***in twitter!!!! modern day romance.”

However Melanie – who’s fronted Let’s Do Lunch among many other shows – has come in for some criticism from some of her followers for the very public nature of her sexy chats with Jack.

But her response to suggestions that younger fans could be shocked by her exploits saw her remarking, “It really is just some light-hearted banter and nothing serious. He’s a great guy.

“We only recently started dating and like any new romance it’s exciting and you can often get caught up in the moment.”

However, last night some of the more intimate tweets between Mel and Jack had been deleted, but personally, I really can’t see what it’s got to do with anyone else! She’s happy – he’s happy, nobody’s hurting anybody…

Go for it girl I say! And let’s face it, who doesn’t want a living Jack Rabbit? 😉

Related:

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.