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Revolting Rolf

Rolf Harris adjusts to life in the clink

 

It’s easy but perhaps inappropriate to make light of Rolf Harris’ hits – such as Jake the Peg (and his extra third leg) and Two Little Boys – in light of this veteran entertainer’s conviction on twelve counts of sexual offences but it’s not at all pleasant to learn that he has become something of a prison personality.

 

Rolf Harris should not be considered as anything other than repugnant
Rolf Harris should not be considered as anything other than repugnant

Instead of being sent to prison’s version of Siberia – as happens to most sex offenders – Harris, The Mirror reports, has been handing out chocolate bars to fellow inmates and thus affectionately become known as ‘Willy Wonka’. The paper also claims that the 84-year old also gives away sketches to those that queue outside his cell and has taken up dominoes.

 

Rolf Harris has arrogantly put in papers seeking an appeal and plainly still refuses to accept his guilt. He is far from a novelty and it is shocking that anyone still considers him a figure of fun. Willy Wonka he ain’t: ‘Revolting Rolf’ he is.

 

 

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1 comment on “Revolting Rolf”

  1. Only in a country like Britain were the people say crime doesn’t pay can they get a way with it! When I was growing up in the UK and I was told the truth that crime did pay, I would have realised that Great Britain was as filthy and vile and perverted as I’m beginning to see. The nation is VILE from top to bottom.

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