Written by Tom Taylor

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Topics: BBC, Children's TV, Clown

Wednesday, 21 March 2007

image for Mr Tumble Trips and says Something Special.
Sign language for "What did I do?"

Mr. Tumble, the presenter of the BBC's Something Special show, has reportedly been greeting children by telling them in sign language that he's... well.... "--------" them (starts with an 'F').

According to Mr Tumble, Justin Fletcher, this isn't true. "I'm saying I'm happy to see them. I don't want to ---- children I'd never ---- any children."

Mr. Tumble has responded to the upset families using sign language. The response, he says, means "Thank you for your constructive criticism I shall certainly take that on board. I shall change the sign so that no one is confused again."

However, according to one parent, the response actually said, "I'm going to find you... all of you. And when I do, I'm going to ---- you up."

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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