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Monday, 11 December 2006

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Veteran wildlife presenter, David Attenborough, is tonight helping police with their inquiries after more raids were made in London and Bristol as part of "Operation Knobber"

The initiative, to crack down on hardcore pornography, has caught out a few big names in recent months.

But Attenborough, famous for peddling all manner of graphic sex scenes as part of his world famous shows, may just have overstepped the mark this time. Detective Inspector John Thomas told The Spoof:

"Some of the filth that he's gotten away with in the past turns my stomach. One minute you're sitting eating your tea with your wife and kids and the next you don't know where to look as a couple of lions or something start to get it on"

A spokesman for the BBC said:

"This is all a crazy misunderstanding. David's just showing nature in all its majesty"

Attenborough's latest series "Man, the cleverest animal of them all" has already had some of the public up in arms with material broadcast in earlier shows in the run but last night's episode on 'Sexual Kinks and Fetishes', is thought to have tipped the balance and may be the catalyst that sees the end of his long and indeed distinguished career.

The BBC has pulled the remainder of the programmes until the outcome of the police inquiry is known.

Bill Oddie is said to be watching developments with a keen interest.

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