Prince Andrew, the man who admitted he had wracked his brains to see if he could remember raping an underage American girl when she was just 17, is to meet the girl again, face-to-face, to see if she can 'jog his memory'.
The Prince, also known as the Duke of York, as well as 'Randy Andy', told Emily Maitlis in a BBC Newsnight interview:
"I've wracked my brains, and I just can't remember her. For the life of me, I just can't!"
Virginia Giuffre, then Roberts, will travel to the UK next week to see if she can help the prince recall their sordid union, and is willing to re-enact the whole 'escapade' - if it will help.
The re-enactment may involve unsavoury acts, and the meeting will be held behind big, gold, and ornate closed doors.
Presumably, in royal circles, everyday rape is something that can easily be forgotten, and, once forgotten, becomes exceedingly difficult to remember, unless one really wracks one's brain.
A spokesman for Prince Andrew said that the Prince's life is very hectic, and some things tend to stay in his memory longer than others. He added:
"He's wracked his brain, and nothing concrete about 'rape' has materialised. We'll just have to wait and see if spurting all over her face rings any bells."