X Factor ‘sleeze’ Wagner offers fans one-to-one drives

He was given a ticking off by X Factor bosses over his alleged touchy-feely ways.

And now 2010 hopeful Wagner is offering fans a chance to get up-close and personal with him on a drive around his ‘hood.

"Fancy meeting me in person and going for a spin in my Mercedes?" the 62-year-old wrote on Facebook, plugging his latest business venture.

"Now you can come and meet me at a local historic tourist attraction in the Black Country, on your own or with friends! I’ll take each of your for a spin in the car as well!"

And the trip also comes with unlimited photo opportunities!

"Take as many selfies and live videos as you like and I’ll even throw in a few shout out videos from the car!" he continued.

"Send me a message and I’ll send you details of how to book."

And despite the fact his car only has two seats, his followers were keen as.

"Awesome Wagner is connecting with his fans …. count me in … any chance of having a drive of it..!" one enthused.

"Will be first on the list!!" added another.

Wagner proved to be a controversial contestant during his time on the X Factor, with show bosses confirming he received a talking to after some of the female acts allegedly complained about his wandering hands.

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“We have a duty of care to all our ­contestants and staff which we take very ­seriously. Wagner was spoken to and this matter has now been resolved," a rep for the show told the Sunday Mirror at the time.

He also reportedly annoyed other acts in the house by constantly singing and making noise and infuriated singer Mary Byrne over suggestions they were becoming an item.

Yet his outrageous shows – complete with scantily clad ­backing dancers and ladies’ man image – have helped endear him to X Factor’s 14 million fans.

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