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Monday, 2 August 2010

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Sources today confirmed with a 93% degree of probability that naked shots of Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, on the beach and enjoying a bubble bath do actually exist.

Then went on to say that these pictures would never see the light of day, because in all probability they were taken when the stars were toddlers, by their parents, and would hold no erotic interest for anybody - with the possible exception of the occasional 'sick in the head weirdo nutjob.'

A spokesman for Skoob News Entertainment told us:

"We wouldn't even consider publishing personal family snaps for some sicko's perverted sexual gratification, even if we could get hold of such material - which we wouldn't want to do anyway. Our job is simply to wind in sad bastards with a clever headline so they rack up the views on our reasonably successful satirical website. We get the points, and you go away feeling thoroughly stupid. This is a Spoof website - it never delivers what it says on the tin. But if you stick around and explore a little - we guarantee there's plenty here to make you chuckle."

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