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Sunday, 5 May 2013

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Is that a pressure cooker inside yer Y-Fronts Harry or are you pleased to see me?

New York - Known only by his Agent Orange moniker the red haired plotter in cahoots with the Tsaranev Brothers is believed to be high up on the FBI's Most Wanted list.

This Wednesday he's scheduled to play at a Connecticut fun raiser polo match for, er, disadvantaged Brit royals desperate for foreign media attention.

Proceeds of the PR event are going to one of his offshore scam charities promoting Prince Harry as a jolly good chap.

But a five year FBI trawl of his credit card spending shows the feckless young tosser is up to his neck, innit.

"Prince Harry sure is a class act," Our-Man-behind-The-Feds'-DNA-Database chucked today, "nearly had us fooled as the real McCoy."

The flame-tressed upstart has made a cuckoo-like career of channeling Princess Diana's second-born brat after Charles fatally shot both sons at his Highgrove gazebo for failing to curtsey to Jimmy Savile.

A pair of IRA doppelgangers were hastily parachuted in by the Thatcher government - including Kate Middleton's ginger sibling 'Harry'.

25 years later and he's living the life of Riley, feted like some hotshot celeb while his preposterous elder 'brother' William continues to shed all his hair as well as his balls at being corralled into an arranged marriage with Cherie Blair's bastard spawn...

Catch footage of Harry falling on his arse in between chukkas right here on the QM-NewsCorpse channel.

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