Scientists Create Sex on Legs

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Saturday, 18 July 2009


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Oooh, baby!

They've done it! For decades it has been the Holy Grail of science but a team working from a shed in the back garden of Mrs. Norma Tibbett's home in Islington has formed Sex on Legs.

"We took a pair of legs from the local mannequin factory and used that as the basis from which to build on", said the head scientist.

"We 'read' The Daily Sport every day for a month and cut out pictures of the lovely naked ladies and pasted them all over the mannequin legs like papier mache", he explained. Within a few hours, the whole thing dried and stuck and, voila! - we had sex on legs".

In appreciation for her allowing the team to life in her basement, Mrs. Tibbett was the first to see the completed experiment.

"Ohhhh, Isn't this lovely! All those sexy babes in their birthday suits just gazing out from those long, svelte legs with a longing in their eyes…Very erotic", said Mrs. Tibbett today.

"If my Harold was still alive he'd have a heart attack from just looking at it!," she chuckled before her teeth fell out.

The Sex on Legs has been photographed repeatedly by sleazy bastards from the tabloids and a couple of pervy old gents from The Telegraph and The Times.

Ginger Simply Red singer Mick Hucknell has put in a bid to purchase it and put it in his bed alongside his other 'trophies'.

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