Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Gary Glitter

Sunday, 4 July 2010

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Sheep have been warned, Gary Glitter could appear, "don't bend over!!"

After years of following a career as a "dirty old man" Gary Glitter has seen the light at last and become a born again "sheep-shagger"!

Hounded by the press and banned from many countries after pursuing his ex-love, female children in Asian countries, he's decided to give it all up.

Whilst sitting in his prison cell God spoke to him and he advised Gary to change his directions, leave innocent little girls alone and pursue a much healthier, natural life-style of sheep-shagging!

Gary has admitted, "God changed my life" and now a new life up on the Welsh mountains, Yorkshire Moors and anywhere else where abundant amounts of sheep reside is far more healthier and rewarding.

Sheep farmers have been warned not only about roving packs of sheep-eating wolves but also, Gary "The Sheep-Shagging" Glitter, their buckshot rifles have been loaded!

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