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Operation Yewtree: they only nick the ugly ones

by | 22nd, January 2013

IT’S been a while since the last Operation Yewtree arrest. The Met’s enquiry into alleged child sexual exploitation by the late Jimmy Savile and others, has gone a bit quiet.

There have been nine arrests so far. Enough for a game of Celebrity Squares , the 1970s noughts and crosses gameshow with a twist. There should be further arrests the Star promised more on January 13, stating: Savile cops will arrest seven more stars” but many VIPS (as they were known in their pomp) are dead. Also, if the Star can make celebrities of X Factor also-rans and minor soap opera actors, the Celebrity Police Force might not think it worth the effort to nick a Crossroads extra. We could dig up some real stars gone by, but then we’d be necrophiliacs, like Jimmy Savile.

The most recent arrest was that of Jim Davidson, who was nick-nicked by the Celebrity Police Force at Heathrow Airport. He wasn’t fleeing the country. He was flying back from a holiday. He was on his way to compete with the aforesaid Z-listers on Channel 5’s Celebrity   Big Brother. Davidson was going to be locked in a house in Elstree and ritually abused. The Celebrity Police Force missed the chance to arrest him as he was evicted or, better yet, crowned CBB champ. Pity the CPF copper forced to tell his unimpressed kids that Davidson was a big cheese in the 1980s. Nicking the CBB champ would have been waaaay cooler, dad. Maybe the CPF can make amends by waiting until the cameras are rolling before they tell an England footballer his house has been burgled, or a friend has committed suicide?

What they did to Davidson was cruel and pathetic. Did

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