A lot has been going wrong with Anthony Weiner the last few days. He made headlines again — another sexting scandal, this time leading to his wife leaving him — and was put on indefinite leave by NY1, the cable news channel he was a contributor for.

But help may be at hand for the disgraced former Congressman, even if from an unlikely quarter. Or rather, one that may seem unlikely at first sight but seems apt, the more you think about it: a pornography website.

Charles Anderson, vice president of porn.com, expressed sympathy for Weiner on Thursday, citing his marital and professional troubles, as well as behavior which he labelled “sex addiction.” Anderson said Weiner “must feel very alone” and offered the politician a columnist’s job with the website. The column will be named “Dear Mr. Weiner.”

Anderson said: “This is a serious and sincere offer as we wish to appoint Anthony Weiner our first-ever, love and sex columnist for Porn.com.” In the column, Weiner “would offer advice, as well as comment on trends in porn,” as well as “rate his favorite adult films.”

Weiner’s latest sexting scandal was reported by the New York Post on Aug. 28, and his wife Huma Abedin — a close aide of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — announced the next day she was separating from him. Earlier, Weiner has been involved in two other such scandals, one in 2011 and another in 2013. The 2011 episode led to Weiner resigning from the Congress in June that year.