Rolf Harris isn’t happy to have his catchphrase bastardised and thrown back at him.
The disgraced former TV presenter, who was jailed for a series of indecent assaults on young girls, has died at the age of 93, and has been greeted at the gates of his new home by the Devil himself.
“I’ve been waiting for you, I always greet our new VIPs in person,” a cheery Beelzebub told a blindfolded Harris.
“I’m sure you can smell the sulphur, and feel the warmth on your face; know where it is yet?”
And increasingly panicky Harris replied, “Is… Is it a British beach in the height of summer?”
“Oh, it’s much worse than that” said the Devil, “Unless it’s also a bank holiday, then it’s about the same.”
After the blindfold was removed, a distraught Harris offered a signed didgeridoo in return for his freedom.
The offer was swiftly rejected by the Devil, who added, “We don’t need another didgeridoo, we have millions of them, and I have a team waiting to show you a thousand new and creative ways to use them.