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Tuesday, 12 July 2011

image for Blue Peter reveals a guide to hacking mobile phones 'Welcome to the voicemail of Cheryl Coles' agent. You have no new messages. Goodbye'

The popular BBC children's magazine show, Blue Peter, has revealed to its viewers a fascinating guide on how to hack into your favourite celebrity's mobile phone.

'It's as easy as making exploding cat food' said excitable presenter Suzy Chimpteeth.

'All you need is the phone number of someone famous, like David Beckham for example, two tin cans, a ball of string, some double sided sticky tape and a piece of illegal software called Fonefuk which you can download for free from the Crapp Store to your parent's smartphone.'

'If you take the two tin cans, the string and the tape and throw it with force at some frail old lady with an open handbag, then fire up the Fonefuk app and type in the phone number of Cheryl Cole or a family who have been the victims of a serious crime.'

'All these telephone numbers are available on our website at www.bloopeta.con/celebrityandmurdervictimsphonenumbers

'Now you'll need access to the voicemail by knowing the four digit pass code which is easily obtained by guessing four numbers between zero and zero.'

'And that's all there is to it.'

'You can now enjoy all of Cheryl's messages from Ashley Cole describing which orifice he'd like to stick his phone in, or listen to some worried parent desperately trying to find out their child's whereabouts and then grieving when the bad news finally sinks in.'

'But remember, if you want to sell these details to your favourite tabloid newspaper, make sure you wipe all your fingerprints off the phone after you've used it so your parents will then get the blame when you eventually get caught.'

'Think of how many hours of fun you can have doing that.'

'Tune into next week's show when we'll be teaching you how to bribe the Metropolitan police force and beat up Ross Kemp without getting arrested.'

'BYE-EEEEEEEEEE'

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