Still hanging on.

(NY Post) — Congress waited for Anthony Weiner to say he’s leaving — and now it’s waiting for him to clean out his desk.

Although the randy rep. announced Thursday that he was quitting after seven terms, he still has to submit a resignation letter to House Speaker John Boehner that says which day will be his last serving his Brooklyn-Queens constituents.

Even after that happens, his staff will stay on, and his offices — in the Capitol and New York — will be run by the House clerk, officials said.

“Our offices will be open and fully staffed on Monday,” Dave Arnold, who has served as Weiner’s congressional spokesman, said yesterday.

Weiner resigned after he admitted to having online liaisons with six women while married — sending them photos of his crotch and exchanging steamy messages over Facebook and e-mail.

Every day Weiner puts off his official departure date enlarges his congressional pension.

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