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The Jon Gaunt Show


Jun 24, 2015

The Sun newspaper reports that, YORKSHIRE Ripper Peter Sutcliffe threw a wobbly in Broadmoor after not getting a birthday cake. The 19st serial killer said it was “thoughtless” as he could have shared it out. It came after he moaned about having Happy Birthday sung to him, claiming he hated being the “centre of attention”.  Staff could not find a cake suitable for Sutcliffe, who was 69 on June 2, as he has diabetes. But he told a pal: “I am the only diabetic on the ward and it would have been shared out with the other lads. They could have got a normal one and I’d have only had a bit. It’s thoughtless. “I didn’t like Happy Birthday being sung. It took me by surprise and I was embarrassed.” The bloated psychopath is now a Jehovah’s Witness and followers do not celebrate birthdays. But a source, not a worker at at the Berkshire hospital, said: “He doesn’t mind people sending cards and presents. He got loads from friends, family and his many visitors and pen pals. Some came with CDs and money.” Sutcliffe is serving 20 life sentences for killing 13 women and attempting to kill seven more.  Broadmoor would not comment.   Jon Gaunt says,. LET HIM  EAT CAKE!    In fact Jon suggests that we all send him cake and hope he falls into a diabetic coma, but seriously this man should have been executed years ago for his crimes not allowed to demand a birthday cake!   Lord Janner has been accused in the House of Commons of being a child rapist and now must surely face a criminal trial.   Jon also says that Alison Saunders the DPP must fall on her sword or be sacked for her mistakes in this case and in her witch hunt of Tabloid journalists.   Jon is also angry that the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon are refusing to pay the corect amount of money to her Majesty.     In simple terms Jon says there is only one solution to this increasingly Dis-United Kingdom and that is to give the SNP full fiscal authority and let them see how they fare. But he is fed up of having to pay for their whims and excesses via the Barnet formula.