Was there ever such an appropriate last name for a seedy politician? We don't think so. The Democratic Congressman had been married to Hillary Clinton's longtime aid Huma Abedin for less than a year when, on May 27, he tweeted a sexually suggestive photo of himself, intended as a direct message to a 21-year-old woman, to all of his Twitter followers. Though he quickly deleted the tweet and proceeded to claim he'd been hacked, several women came forward with claims that the politician had sexted them as well. And soon enough, explicit nude photos purportedly of the Congressman began to surface on the Internet, in addition to some embarrassing images of him preening in front of mirrors at the congressional gym. He later publicly admitted he'd been corresponding with several women over the past three years. While Weiner initially refused to step down when the scandal erupted, after the women reported they'd had sexually charged online conversations with him, he resigned.