There are many wonderful things about Twitter, but giving a platform to publish old Bob Monkhouse jokes is not one of them.
Yes, Sneak has discovered that the dead comic, star of such classic TV shows as Celebrity Squares, Wipeout and The National Lottery Live, has been reincarnated on the micro-blogging site.
Joking aside, Monkhouse's reappearance is courtesy of the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF), which is hoping to raise awareness of the disease, which kills a man an hour in the UK apparently, and a few laughs.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll ... probably want to immediately click through to a different page when you read such gems as: "My wife's cooking was so bad, when I gave leftovers to the dog, he licked his backside to get rid of the taste."
Yup, the PCRF has somehow managed to dig up Monkhouse's old jokes so we can all laugh at classics such as: "I went out with a really sexy girl once. She put something behind her ears that drove me wild ... Her knees."
As we all know, the micro-blogging phenomenon was recently taken down in a denial of service attack which saw it outed for several hours. Russian hackers were to blame, it emerged, as they were targeting the Twitter account of a pro Georgian blogger.
At least, that's what the reports seem to suggest. A far more plausible reason is that Twitter was taken out to prevent these abominably bad jokes from being circulated.
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