In a shock move The Daily Mail have advertised for a Necrophilia-in-Residence to join their editorial team.
The main role of the Necrophiliac-in-Residence will be to scour the Facebook pages of recently deceased females in the hope of finding a bikini shot from a beach holiday. The pictures will be then be used to illustrate stories of the young girl's death.
John Nevis, Commissioning Editor for Death, Grade 4 Celebrities and Dog Pictures at the Daily Mail said:
"This is a very exciting time for the Daily Mail. We're keeping ahead of the opposition by making bold decisions.
"In the olden days when a pretty girl died we used to have doorstep her parents or ask family friends or distant relatives if they had a picture we could use. This meant that we always ended up with the same school picture. You know the one: blue background, toothy grin, that sort of thing.
"Now thanks to social media we can often get pictures that are both bang up to date and contain some decent norks.
"Our Necrophiliac-in-Residence will spend time tracking these pictures down. Normally we only use pictures to illustrate pictures of dead girls we've written stories about but if our necrophiliac finds a picture of a pretty dead girl that we've not written a story about then we could end up covering her untimely demise in the paper. And if he finds a really pretty girl who's alive then there's no reason we couldn't bump her off like we did Diana."
The news follows the recent appointment of the Daily Mail's first Masturbation Editor. The Masturbation Editor's job is to make sure that no picture that is not masturbatable to is put online.