Boxless Boxed Sets Inventor Dyson In Dispute With Sir Clive Sinclare

Written by Auntie Jean

Friday, 5 December 2014

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Dangerous car and cycle inventor, Sir Clive Sinclare walked off last night's BBC Panoramic current affairs programme after Top Ghia presenter Jeremy Paxo persistently asked him questions about his alleged womanising.

Fellow guest, Sir Rupert "Boxless" Dyson remained on the set to answer questions about his new boxless movie boxed set invention which relies upon Clive Sinclare's cyclone technology principles to suspend movies in a 'Tokamac' or superconducting magnetic bottle.

Paxo, however decided to concentrate on "muck raking", including embarrassing questions about Sir Clive's early career as a stripogram professor and his alleged seven in a bed romps with five air hostesses and an A frame bicycle.

Afterwards Paxo was unapologetic, saying that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw hissy 'fits'.

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