Prime Minister David Cameron has said rioting Britons simply need to be ‘bent over and given a good, hard seeing to.’
He has promised to ‘sort out’ 120,000 problem families in the UK in the next four years with a programme of tough love.
Mr Cameron said he will be asking volunteers to come forward to dish out rogerings as part of his Big Society scheme.
But he added that Treasury money would be released to ensure proper measures are taken to deal with potential troublemakers.
“It’s clear from the profiles of some of the rioters that they’re just not getting any,” he said.
“The yobs were all acne-pocked teenage boys and Sociology graduates – two of the most unattractive sections of society. No wonder they turned to violence to quell their sexual frustration.
“I’ll make sure every last one of them gets a taste of common-sense Conservatism, no matter how hard it is to swallow.”
The Government maintain the outbreaks of violence last month were spontaneous bouts of criminality, probably caused by Twitter.
They were categorically not, a Downing Street spokesman said, anything to do with rising unemployment, lower standards of living, rising education costs, tax hikes, Britain’s involvement in expensive foreign wars or crippling cuts to vital services at home.