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Sunday, 15 October 2006

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A clip from Rove's Mouse Orgy

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Presidential Adviser Karl Rove has apologized personally to Walt Disney Co., the Southern Baptists and President George W. Bush on Friday for engaging in sex with costumed Disney employees at its Paris theme park in a digital video that has received widespread attention on the Internet.

Disney would not say whether it had dismissed any of the employees but said it took "appropriate action" against the employees who were featured in the grainy video.

The video was shot with a hidden camera at a backstage dressing room at Disneyland Resort Paris.

"The behavior shown by Rove on the video is unacceptable and inexcusable," Bush and Disney said in a joint statement.

"The video was taken in the backstage area which was also accessible to guests of the Disney theme park, and an unknown number of guests paid premium prices to watch the live action. Appropriate action has been taken to deal with the cast members involved," the statement indicated.

The video shows Minnie Mouse struggling to free herself as she is grabbed from behind by Goofy and then a giant snowman. Rove confessed to playing the part of Goofy.

Later, Mickey Mouse simulates sex with the snowman and Goofy and then does the same with Minnie Mouse, as well as with Chip and Dale, the chipmunks, as laughter is heard on the tape.

The tape is described on the Internet as the "Karl Rove Mouse Orgy."

Bush has reportedly reprimanded Rove and forbidden him from watching anymore Disneyland movies at the White House. Bush has also ordered Rove to "get rid" of his extensive collection of male and female Disneyland costumes.

When questioned by reporters at a White House press conference as to why Rove wasn't simply fired over the incident, Bush stated that Rove "was too valuable to let go" and that he was the mastermind behind the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan and essential to maintaining Bush's popularity with the American people.

For his part, Rove remained in seclusion at the White House reportedly with a sore back, but he issued a statement that he "sure wouldn't let the American people down ever again."

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