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(BBC)   British police investigating allegations of child sexual abuse at Tarbuck's   ( ) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, Liza Tarbuck, North Yorkshire Police, British police, child abuses, OBE, Jimmy Savile, inquiries  
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2013-05-07 03:26:45 PM  
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FlashHarry: this yewtree thing is really farking sick. what the hell was going on in britain in the '70s? was i the only kid who wasn't molested by a BBC star?

I wrote a letter to Jim'll Fix It. But it was obviously begging ("Dear Jim, Can you please fix it for me to see how they make brand new Raleigh Chopper bikes, and Panini football stickers (the ones with the metallic look to them)?").

Dodged a f***ing bullet there.

/They have just found Tarbuck's diary. His last entry was about 12 years old.
2013-05-07 01:16:51 PM  
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It's beginning to sound like it was a job perk: "You'll get 2000 quid appearance money, private dressing room, access to the green room, and 30 minutes with an adolescent boy or girl, your choice."

At this point it would probably be easier to round up everybody who was on the BBC in the 1970s, and then release the one or two who were innocent.
2013-05-07 01:06:54 PM  
1 vote:
This could put him away for venti to life.
2013-05-07 12:15:34 PM  
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Tigger: It turns out it was easier to get a handjob off a tv personality than a Blue Peter badge when I was a kid.

Wouldn't the handjob *CAUSE* the blue peter?
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