According to a local south London paper, when ex-UKIP candidate and current Celebrity Big Brother homophobe Winston McKenzie is not making homophobic jokes on television; he works as a paper boy.

The Croydon Guardian, has announced that Mckenzie can be found delivering copies of their paper four times a week.

According to the report, the Croydon Guardian newsroom only discovered that they had McKenzie on their payroll in the last 24 hours and they subsequently revealed that: “If you live in Beddington or Waddon, where Winston works four rounds a week for £6.70 an hour,

“You might see him popping papers through your door on Wednesdays and Thursdays”.

McKenzie began his stint in the Big Brother house with a homophobic joke, saying: “I could cope with a homosexual in the house. I guess I’ll just have to stand with my back against a brick wall all the time.”

The comment may be investigated by Ofcom after the regulator received hundreds of complaints.

The former UKIP candidate had previously made a name for himself for his outlandish and bizarre homophobic outbursts during his various campaigns.

He was suspended multiple times from the party, most famously for claiming that same-sex parents adopting children is “child abuse”.

Since McKenzie left UKIP last year he announced that he has joined homophobic far right party The English Democrats and is now their candidate for London Mayor as well as a paper boy in the Croydon area of London.

It is unknown whether McKenzie will return to work for the paper or concentrate on his political ambitions after his stint in the Big Brother house is over.