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Porn version of Bake Off starring ‘Mary Cherry’ and ‘Paul Hardywood’ is in hot water with Channel 4

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An X-rated version of Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off starring ‘Mary Cherry’ and ‘Paul Hardywood’ has led to outrage by the broadcaster.  

The sexual parody of the show named ‘The Great British Bonk Off’ features Mary groping a female baker as she whisks eggs, while Paul is beneath a competitor’s apron during the famous ‘showstopper’ finale. 

It stars Rebecca More as Mary Cherry and Ben Dover as Paul Hardywood. 

Bake Off broadcaster Channel 4 told The Times: ‘These films have not been made with our prior knowledge or approval.’  

The Great British Bonk Off stars Rebecca More as Mary Cherry and Ben Dover as Paul Hardywood

The Great British Bonk Off stars Rebecca More as Mary Cherry and Ben Dover as Paul Hardywood

The Great British Bonk Off stars Rebecca More as Mary Cherry and Ben Dover as Paul Hardywood

However a 2014 amendment to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1998 means the law protects those who reuse copyrighted material. 

The act states: ‘For the purposes of parody, caricature or pastiche’ and so the creators do not need to ask permission of the copyright holder. 

ITV said it would be ‘considering appropriate action’ and investigate the websites while the BBC did not comment.

Channel 4 along with the BBC and ITV have distanced themselves from Zaucey, a £16.99-a-month subscription service for ‘British-made adult entertainment’ featuring ‘real but not graphic depictions of sexual relations between adults’. 

The sexual parody of the show named 'The Great British Bonk Off' features Mary groping a female baker as she whisks eggs

The sexual parody of the show named 'The Great British Bonk Off' features Mary groping a female baker as she whisks eggs

The sexual parody of the show named ‘The Great British Bonk Off’ features Mary groping a female baker as she whisks eggs

The streaming service owned by Portland TV was previously part of publisher Richard Desmond’s portfolio. 

Zaucey also features crude parodies of BBC hit series The Bodyguard, Channel 4’s Googlebox and hit ITV show I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here which are all given alternative sexual titles.   

Co-founder of Zaucey Anna Kieran said: ‘We often look at what’s happening in the media and draw inspiration. ‘ 

And added that the videos were ‘just a bit of fun’. 

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Police launch murder investigation after man fatally stabbed in Birmingham 

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Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally stabbed in north west Birmingham this afternoon.

Officers found a man in his twenties with serious injuries on Lozells Street, Lozells at just before 3.30pm.

Despite the best efforts of paramedics he was confirmed dead before arriving at hospital.

Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally stabbed in north west Birmingham this afternoon

Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally stabbed in north west Birmingham this afternoon

Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a man was fatally stabbed in north west Birmingham this afternoon

Officers found a man in his twenties with serious injuries on Lozells Street, Lozells at just before 3.30pm

Officers found a man in his twenties with serious injuries on Lozells Street, Lozells at just before 3.30pm

Officers found a man in his twenties with serious injuries on Lozells Street, Lozells at just before 3.30pm

Firearms officers later stopped a car in Alum Rock Road and a 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.

The man – who is understood to be known to the victim – has been taken into police custody for questioning.

A section of Lozells Street has been cordoned off to enable officers to carry out enquiries.

A section of Lozells Street has been cordoned off to enable officers to carry out enquiries

A section of Lozells Street has been cordoned off to enable officers to carry out enquiries

A section of Lozells Street has been cordoned off to enable officers to carry out enquiries

The man - who is understood to be known to the victim - has been taken into police custody for questioning

The man - who is understood to be known to the victim - has been taken into police custody for questioning

The man – who is understood to be known to the victim – has been taken into police custody for questioning

A blue tent was erected just yards from a chemists in the street, where a group of onlookers were standing at the police cordon. 

Detective Inspector Nick Barnes, from the force’s homicide unit, said: ‘A man has sadly lost his life at the hands of a knife and we are now working to establish exactly why this happened.

‘Although a man has been arrested I would urge anyone with information which can help our enquiries to contact us.’

Anyone with information is asked to contact police via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk, call 101 any time, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Please quote log number 1597 of 17/11/19.

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Strictly Come Dancing: Michelle Visage is eliminated from the show in Blackpool

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Michelle Visage praised her ‘incredible’ dance partner Giovanni Pernice as she said an emotional goodbye during her shock Strictly Come Dancing exit on Sunday.

The Drag Race star, 51, was kicked out of the competition during the Blackpool Special when she failed to impress the judges or viewers with her Street Commercial routine – set to the tune of Vogue by Madonna.

Michelle and Giovanni, 29, were left in the bottom two with Saffron Barker, 19, and AJ Pritchard, 25, after Saturday’s performance.

She's gone? Michelle Visage praised her 'incredible' dance partner Giovanni Pernice as she said an emotional goodbye during her shock Strictly Come Dancing exit on Sunday

She's gone? Michelle Visage praised her 'incredible' dance partner Giovanni Pernice as she said an emotional goodbye during her shock Strictly Come Dancing exit on Sunday

She’s gone? Michelle Visage praised her ‘incredible’ dance partner Giovanni Pernice as she said an emotional goodbye during her shock Strictly Come Dancing exit on Sunday

But their rivals’ Quickstep to Marvellous Party by Beverley Knight just scraped Saffron and AJ through into the next leg of the competition. 

Before leaving the Strictly ballroom Michelle gushed about her ‘amazing’ experience and called Giovanni her ‘rock’ and ‘best friend’.

‘At 51 years old and never danced in my life, I never thought I’d be able to do what I have done and to have such an incredible partner,’ she enthused.

‘To be here for my husband and my kids and the entire community, that’s why I did what I did. I am so honoured to be welcomed by my new friends here.

‘Obviously I couldn’t have done it without Giovanni. He has been so amazing, so transformative. Just my rock and my best friend throughout this entire competition.’

Upsetting: The Drag Race star was eliminated from the show after losing to Saffron Barker in the dance-off

Upsetting: The Drag Race star was eliminated from the show after losing to Saffron Barker in the dance-off

Upsetting: The Drag Race star was eliminated from the show after losing to Saffron Barker in the dance-off

Addressing rumours they argued during rehearsals, Michelle added: ‘He could take it as much as he could dish it, and I needed somebody like that. 

‘I’m going to miss seeing him every day. I would never have wanted to do this with anyone else.’

On Saturday seven celebrity couples took to the dance floor of The Blackpool Tower to compete for their place in next week’s competition. 

After the bottom two couples competed in their dance off, the judges delivered their verdicts, with Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas each picking AJ and Saffron to go through. 

Leaving: Speaking after her elimination, Michelle gushed about her 'amazing' experience and called Giovanni her 'rock' and 'best friend'

Leaving: Speaking after her elimination, Michelle gushed about her 'amazing' experience and called Giovanni her 'rock' and 'best friend'

Leaving: Speaking after her elimination, Michelle gushed about her ‘amazing’ experience and called Giovanni her ‘rock’ and ‘best friend’

But the decision was ‘really difficult’ for Craig, who said he usually knew instantly which couple he preferred.

He added: ‘This doesn’t normally happen to me. This has been really, really difficult. 

‘One couple took all the notes on board and one couple were better. And the couple I’ve decided I would like to save is save is Saffron and AJ.’ 

Motsi added: ‘I feel like we saw two brilliant dances. Its so, so tough this week, I have to say. But I’m going to save Saffron and AJ.’ 

Bruno congratulated both couples. He said: ‘It’s so competitive its unbelievable.

‘You both really raised the game tonight – much, much better than Saturday. And it’s very hard to decide but based on what I saw somebody I really thought nailed the dance. Right on the money. Saffron and AJ.’   

Tragic: Despite earning praise for her Street/Commercial Couple's Choice in honour of pop icon Madonna, Michelle and Giovanni finished bottom of the leaderboard

Tragic: Despite earning praise for her Street/Commercial Couple's Choice in honour of pop icon Madonna, Michelle and Giovanni finished bottom of the leaderboard

Tragic: Despite earning praise for her Street/Commercial Couple’s Choice in honour of pop icon Madonna, Michelle and Giovanni finished bottom of the leaderboard

Giovanni applauded his ‘inspirational’ and ‘phenomenal’ celebrity dance partner Michelle.

He added: ‘You are wonderful. We laugh, we cry, we fight and we argue and we’ve done everything but I’ve loved every single second.

‘I am so proud of everything we’ve done. I’m here to say thank you, thank you, thank you.’

Sunday’s Results show opened with a special group dance on a grand scale for the legendary Tower Ballroom, as well a performance from Westlife performing their new single Hello My Love, as well as a medley of their hits.

The remaining six couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 23rd November at 7pm.

Back soon: The remaining six couples will take to the dance floor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 23rd November at 7pm

Back soon: The remaining six couples will take to the dance floor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 23rd November at 7pm

Back soon: The remaining six couples will take to the dance floor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 23rd November at 7pm

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An incredible feet! Ultra-athlete arrives in London after running 100 marathons BAREFOOT

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A super-tough athlete has arrived in London after completing 100 marathons barefoot and urges women to ‘take those first adventurous steps to see what they are really capable of’.   

Anna McNuff set out from the Shetland Isles in June and after 2,620 miles, she reached the finishing line of Barefoot Britain in Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon around 2pm today.

Her route saw her run from the northeast coast of Scotland to Inverness, before heading to Glasgow and Edinburgh via Aberdeen.     

Anna McNuff makes a spectacular run across the finish line after completing 100 marathons barefoot as part of the Barefoot Britain

Anna McNuff makes a spectacular run across the finish line after completing 100 marathons barefoot as part of the Barefoot Britain

Anna McNuff makes a spectacular run across the finish line after completing 100 marathons barefoot as part of the Barefoot Britain

Anna wears skimpy shorts and a vest top as she braces the wild while running through Northumberland

Anna wears skimpy shorts and a vest top as she braces the wild while running through Northumberland

During the expedition, she hops across stepping-stones and narrowly misses the rushing water below

During the expedition, she hops across stepping-stones and narrowly misses the rushing water below

Anna said she stepped in poo, glass and on a dead rabbit during her mammoth trek across the UK. She has described the experience as ‘wonderful, weird, difficult and extraordinary’

She then crossed the border to Newcastle, through the Pennines to Yorkshire before heading to Liverpool, a ferry to Belfast, travelling back to Wales and then on towards Nottingham. She trekked to Bristol and the southeast before crossing to the Isle of Wight and heading through Surrey towards London on the last leg. 

The fearless explorer, who has cycled through every US state and ran the length of New Zealand, has been obsessed with running without shoes for a few years since reading Born to Run and spending time in New Zealand where many children run barefoot. 

She described the five months as ‘wonderful, weird, difficult and extraordinary’ while admitting she has stepped in poo, glass – and even on a dead rabbit. 

Anna was surrounded by other runners as she cheerily completed the route at Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon, south west London, around 2pm today

Anna was surrounded by other runners as she cheerily completed the route at Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon, south west London, around 2pm today

Anna was surrounded by other runners as she cheerily completed the route at Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon, south west London, around 2pm today

She holds a dirty left-foot smothered in mud and a bleeding cut

She holds a dirty left-foot smothered in mud and a bleeding cut

Her right-foot is photographed peeling and covered in huge blisters

Her right-foot is photographed peeling and covered in huge blisters

The athlete’s feet were cut and blistered after running 2,620 miles from the Shetland Isles in June to London today. Before embarking on her route, she said: ‘If I get injured or step on a broken Irn Bru bottle in the outskirts of Glasgow, then I will deal with that then’

Anna said people do not have to run 100 marathons barefoot to have an adventure and it comes down to simply taking the ‘first step out of your comfort zone’.  

‘I know that if girls can take those first adventurous steps, then they’ll see what they are truly capable of.’ 

She noted how feet are a ‘complex machine’ containing more than 7,000 nerve endings in each sole and the adventure was a ‘huge experiment’ in trying to ‘coax [her] feet into doing what they were truly built to do’.

Feet spend a ‘lifetime of being squidged up in shoes’.

Anna takes a light-hearted picture among the woodland trees in Aviemore, Highlands of Scotland, during the 2,620 trek, and reveals a glimpse of her dirty feet

Anna takes a light-hearted picture among the woodland trees in Aviemore, Highlands of Scotland, during the 2,620 trek, and reveals a glimpse of her dirty feet

Anna takes a light-hearted picture among the woodland trees in Aviemore, Highlands of Scotland, during the 2,620 trek, and reveals a glimpse of her dirty feet

The ultra adventurer is surrounded by spectators holding signs reading 'Anna McNuff super star' earlier today. The fearless runner has previously cycled through all 50 US states and run the length of New Zealand

The ultra adventurer is surrounded by spectators holding signs reading 'Anna McNuff super star' earlier today. The fearless runner has previously cycled through all 50 US states and run the length of New Zealand

The ultra adventurer is surrounded by spectators holding signs reading ‘Anna McNuff super star’ earlier today. The fearless runner has previously cycled through all 50 US states and run the length of New Zealand

Graphic shows Anna's impressive journey which took her five months to complete and was action-packed with talks to Girl Guides about the 'joys of adventure and the great outdoors'

Graphic shows Anna's impressive journey which took her five months to complete and was action-packed with talks to Girl Guides about the 'joys of adventure and the great outdoors'

Graphic shows Anna’s impressive journey which took her five months to complete and was action-packed with talks to Girl Guides about the ‘joys of adventure and the great outdoors’

Both of Anna’s parents were Olympians, and she grew up wanting to follow in their footsteps. 

She became World Champion at the University Games in 2006 and went on to row for Great Britain, winning a bronze medal at the 2007 European Championships.

But she decided to retire following her injuries and embarked on travelling and writing two books about her experience. 

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The endurance athlete grins from a beach and then running barefoot on the long-distance path Speyside Way in Banffshire, Scotland. While she documented her run across the length of the UK, she hoped to ‘show girls and young women that taking risks and doing things that scare them, big or small, can be incredible’

Anna, who is a UK Girl Guiding ambassador, stopped off to talk with Guides about the ‘joys of adventure and the great outdoors’. Her mission is to ‘show the young women of Great Britain that there is more magic in them than they will ever know’ and ‘they can do anything’.  

‘That’s why I’ve run the length of the UK in my bare feet – to show girls and young women that taking risks and doing things that scare them, big or small, can be incredible.

Anna hopes there is something to be gained from girls watching her finishing the run in Wimbledon. She said: 'Being a girl should not stop you from doing anything. I have spoken to thousands of girls in all over the UK and my message has always been - be bold, be brave and be you'

Anna hopes there is something to be gained from girls watching her finishing the run in Wimbledon. She said: 'Being a girl should not stop you from doing anything. I have spoken to thousands of girls in all over the UK and my message has always been - be bold, be brave and be you'

Anna hopes there is something to be gained from girls watching her finishing the run in Wimbledon. She said: ‘Being a girl should not stop you from doing anything. I have spoken to thousands of girls in all over the UK and my message has always been – be bold, be brave and be you’

She pauses on a hillside and absorbs the breathtaking views while her mother feels Anna is 'bonkers'. The global adventurer has said her mother raised her to believe in 'what's possible' instead of focusing on the negatives and therefore the adventure is 'all her doing', she joked

She pauses on a hillside and absorbs the breathtaking views while her mother feels Anna is 'bonkers'. The global adventurer has said her mother raised her to believe in 'what's possible' instead of focusing on the negatives and therefore the adventure is 'all her doing', she joked

She pauses on a hillside and absorbs the breathtaking views while her mother feels Anna is ‘bonkers’. The global adventurer has said her mother raised her to believe in ‘what’s possible’ instead of focusing on the negatives and therefore the adventure is ‘all her doing’, she joked

‘And being a girl should not stop you from doing anything. I have spoken to thousands of girls in all over the UK and my message has always been ‘be bold, be brave and be you.

‘The girls are always so eager to see my feet and surprised that they don’t look all that different to their own – mine just have a bit more dirt on them.’ 

Anna encouraged supporters to help her out on the way, either by offering to transport her bag for a stage of the run, giving her somewhere to stay for the night or running alongside her.

She said: ‘Adventures are about a quest for growth. I figure that if I’m going to stand in front of young girls around the UK and encourage them take on challenges that they believe to be just beyond their reach – then I have to be on that journey too.’

Asked before she set out what she would do if she stepped on glass and cut her foot, Anna said: ‘If I get injured or step on a broken Irn Bru bottle in the outskirts of Glasgow, then I will deal with that then.’ 

Anna revealed her mother’s baffled response to her adventure: ‘She thinks I’m bonkers. But then again she’s bonkers too and she raised me to believe in what is possible, rather than focus on what isn’t.

‘Therefore, really – this is all her doing.’

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