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Tuesday, 23 January 2007

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Pixelation Could Be Permanent

A man who appeared in the Channel 4's Rogue Builders programme, and blew the gaffe on his boss, Mr. Ron Twosugars (Building Contractor), has suffered long term damage from the pixelation he received to hide his true identity.

Mr Twosugars, who is serving forty years for defrauding old ladies of their life savings by redistributing their original knitting patterns, said: "Serves 'im right!"

The man, who cannot be named, but is thought to be a Mr. Ken Tightline, a 40 year-old unemployed bricklayer of Neasden, thought at first the pixelation would die down, but it just got worse and worse until friends and colleagues couldn't recognise him and stopped talking to him.

'Sometimes I stand in the pub with an empty glass, and no one buys me a drink. Was it worth it just to save a few old ladies the revenue from their original kitting patterns?'

Makers of the hit show are reviewing their pixelation equipment.

Another man who appeared in the same series has come forward complaining of speaking with a strange distorted voice long after the cameras and the media left.

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