Buster Robbins, 546879, the director of Aylesbury prison spring revue who is serving five to ten for robbery, has agreed that the standard prison gang shows has improved hugely since Operation Yewtree. However, he has urged the CPS to be more selective in prosecuting further entertainers from the ’70s and ’80s.
Scanning the wish-list grassed to him by Robbins, a CPS official admitted that there was little actual evidence against most of them ‘but that doesn’t seem to matter too much. Let’s face it, they were all at it in those days. The lads in the nick need more hoofers and comedians to round the shows out and they’re complaining that Gary Glitter bloke still can’t sing for toffee,’ he said.