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Friday, 26 October 2012

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News has emerged that a proportion of the charity funds raised by the not-Sir Jimmy Savile not-OBE, was siphoned off to fund a transvestite website called TV-Chix, where cross dressing men would arrange meetings for sex.

"This is one more nail in an already nailed shut coffin," said Delores Adams, head of the governments cross-dressing watchdog, OfTV. "We suspect he was funding this site in a bid to ensure a ready supply of willing participants for his vile sex-games."

The administrators of TV-Chix have denied receiving any funding from Savile, insisting that all their funding comes from selling their member's bodies for sex in Soho.

"We're a honestly disreputable website," said site owner, Emma Lemon. "We've never received any money from somebody who puts the vile in Seville. It's absolutely not true that I've deleted seven thousands photographs of Savile in hosiery having sex with the mods on TV-Chix."

The website, which shows men provocatively clad in suggestive underwear for no apparent good reason other than titillation, is now having it's books examined.

"It's hard going," said OfTVs administrator, Bert Herbert. "The figures are all there, but some of them aren't wearing very much, and I'm struggling to make heads or tails of the numbers. The money could have come from anywhere."

Herbert insists that he will be able to work his way through the accounts, but it will take a while, due to having to keep stopping and cleaning his glasses of steam generated by looking at the pictures inserted into every page of the accounts.

The estate of Jimmy Savile has long since given up defending the alleged sex pest.

"It's no surprise that his name is an anagram of evil smalmy J," said one solicitor for the estate.

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