Adult magazine ‘Razzle’ is to be closed after allegedly hacking the phone of a voluptuous and sex starved woman in order to get the scoop on a steamy six girl lesbian orgy she had when her boyfriend was watching the football at the pub.
The move comes after the Metropolitan Police released a statement confirming that they had been passed documents which appeared to show details of payments made by the editor to corrupt policemen who had been building a case against one of the women, whom they suspected of not wearing knickers because she was feeling horny.
It is believed that the magazine illegally acquired details of the woman’s mobile phone in exchange for the payments before reading and examining text and picture messages to find out the exact time and place of the orgy.
As a result the magazine was able to publish a stark editorial on the plight of fidelity in modern Britain accompanied by a series revealing pictures of the orgy, from a dazzling array of angles.
Speaking at a news conference yesterday, a spokesperson for Paul Raymond Publishing stated that, ‘Razzle has a proud history of fighting crime, exposing wrong-doing and regularly setting the news agenda for the nation, especially on lesbian orgies.
But this time we have overstepped the mark and given ourselves a full on facial. Like all who transgress unwritten rules of press freedom, we must accept our medicine in time aged bukkake fashion. Unfortunately, Razzle will close for the good, and this time the pages will remain stuck together.’
However, critics have argued that the move is merely a publicity stunt aimed at appeasing major sponsors of the publication. Lord Prescott stated that, ‘What they wanna be sure is that the advertisers feel they can still give them money, so it's not about tits, it’s still about money,’ but declined to confirm whether he had spent much time thinking about it on the toilet.