Rolf Harris has got into trouble with the law after it was revealed that the two little boys he released in 1969 must have been recaptured, for in a shocking turn about, thirty years on, he is re-releasing the same two little boys, though both must now be aged in their forties.
According to Britain's most famous painter, Harris, 76, the two little boys had been forced to play with nothing more than wooden horses for the last thirty years since their original release.
Detective Inspector Phil Inns: "I remember the original investigation when Harris released the two little boys back in the late sixties. He was questioned in Islington Police Station for seventy-two hours over it, but neither of the little boys could be located to press charges, and we had to let him go. It would appear that the reason we couldn't locate them, was because Harris had recaptured the pair unbeknownst to us."
Rolf, famous for the Rolf-a-roo self portrait that adorns all his artwork, is currently in Australia, and extradition procedures are well under way. On his return to the UK, it is likely he will be requestioned back in the same Islington Police Cell as previously.
"I expect we'll be sentencing him to deportation," DI Inns told a press conference. "We don't want his kind in Britain! We've got a good deal from Qantas to bring him here, then send him back again."