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Wednesday, 16 July 2008

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An early marketing prototype before the Gates McFadden styling and S&M add-ons.

London - (Depraved Ass Mess): Nazi orgy nutter Max Mosley is believed to be the backer behind the launch of a new inflatable S&M Barbie Doll which bears an uncanny resemblance to Gates McFadden, the firey-haired Star Trek Generations actress who plays ship's surgeon Dr Beverly Crusher.

The six foot blow-up latex sex toy being marketed in London this week comes complete with an array of alluring bondage outfits.

These include trashy fishnet stockings, a platinum-studded bullet-proof black leather jacket with gloves, silver spurred kinky thigh boots and corset combo, matching ammo belt, horsewhip, gun holster and handcuffs.

The S&M babe is expected to retail around £1,000 for the standard model with extras such as orgasm-authentic audio add-ons coming in at a whopping £2,500.

There appear to be no swastikas, SS badges or other Nazi-themed icons at this stage the manufacturer says and any resemblance to McFadden is purely coincidental.

"There's no actual marketing deal with the Star Trek brand," MyBarbieDollInc vice president Dave Shagless said today, "we've just found a new niche market recently in the burgeoning S&M leisure industry.

"And yeah, I'm a bit of a Trekkie fan, myself. But so what? Gates McFadden is nearly 60. You think I'm hung up on wanting to give her one?"

Butcher of Lyons Claus Von Barbie was unavailable for comment.

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