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Tuesday, 6 September 2005

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CALIFORNIA-- Just months after Michael Jackson was cleared over child molestation allegations, Peter Pan, hero of Neverland, as depicted by J. M. Barrie, is currently under investigation over child molestation allegations. Peter Pan, 75, is currently being sought after to assist with the investigation and an arrest warrant for him has been issued by both the California State Department and the Met Police in London.

A spokesman for the Met Police London had this to say:
"This is a very unusual case because it happened on both sides of the Atlantic. We are currently working together with the California State Department on the matter."

A former 'Lost boy', known only as 'Curly' , came forward alleging that Peter Pan along with other rag tag group of the now defunct 'Lost boys' organisation 'touched' him in places where he goes 'pee-pee'.

The story of Peter Pan, first made public through J. M. Barrie's play titled 'Peter Pan' has been a bitter sweet fairy tale about good against evil, with fairies, pirates and flying children.

Book and movie deals about his life, the latest one in 2003 directed by P. J. Hogan, have made Peter Pan a very wealthy man with celebrity friends ranging from Mickey Mouse to Michael Jackson.

Media tents have been assembled outside of Peter Pan's Hollywood mansion estate since last night to wait for his emergence to comment on the allegations. Peter Pan's spokesman came out and read a statement on his behalf saying that Peter was unavailable to comment and was currently on holiday in the Bahamas with his long time beau Wendy Darling.

Captain James T. Hook, a long time nemesis of Peter Pan, appeared on Larry King, and suspected something 'fishy' was going on at the 'Lost boys' camp. Captain Hook also said that that the children were just too 'happy' to be normal. He also added that kidnapping little children, calling them 'Lost boys', telling the children that nobody cared and molesting them was Peter's main modus operandi.
"The real bad guy has been expose Larry. I just want to tell the truth, that's all. Now everyone know my truth," Captain Hook added after which he broke down in tears.

Mickey Mouse, a close friend to Peter, released a statement saying that the whole story is a bunch of lies. He also said that he has known Peter for a very long time and Peter Pan would not 'hurt a single soul, even his own shadow'.

Until Peter Pan is under the custody of the authorities, children in California and London have been advised to lock their windows.

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