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Post  fred on Wed 8 Jun - 14:15

What next!!!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3630957/Drag-act-stamps-stabs-punches-drinks-blood-Madeleine-McCann-doll-telling-audience-knows-really-happened-her.html

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Post  interested on Wed 8 Jun - 15:27

This is truly disgusting and I agree with Clarence 'the offensiveness speaks for itself'.

I would also add that that it is much more than offensive that the McCanns continue to mock Madeleine and the public by continuing to remain silent about what really happened to her.

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Post  fred on Wed 8 Jun - 16:53

I can't see why this made it into the papers to be honest. Perhaps 50-200 people were in the club, after 9 years they probably have no or little opinion of Madeleine, why was this put into MSM? Who leaked it? Team McCann perhaps IMO.

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Post  interested on Wed 8 Jun - 17:00

fred wrote:I can't see why this made it into the papers to be honest. †Perhaps 50-200 people were in the club, after 9 years they probably have no or little opinion of Madeleine, why was this put into MSM? Who leaked it? †Team McCann perhaps IMO.


Good point "fred" - perhaps to solicit more sympathy for the alternating "suffering" and "seething" parents.

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Post  fuzeta on Wed 8 Jun - 21:43

I can hardly believe that a drag act or any act would do this, it is so sick, unbelievably horrible.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 9 Jun - 8:20

It appeared originally in The Sun (a pathetic story even by their standards) and then was copied in The Mirror, Metro and others.

Just an attempt in my opinion to reinforce the vile troll stereotype for anyone who doubts the McCanns.

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Post  fred on Thu 9 Jun - 14:52

Not Born Yesterday wrote:It appeared originally in The Sun (a pathetic story even by their standards) and then was copied in The Mirror, Metro and others.

Just an attempt in my opinion to reinforce the vile troll stereotype for anyone who doubts the McCanns.
to high light the suffering ofthe poor parents

Yes, exactly my thoughts, and with "Clarrie" giving it the official stamp of approval from Team Mccann to high light the suffering of the poor parents! To me this non story has done what is should have and has brought the Mccanns and the horrible trolls back into the news.

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Post  interested on Thu 9 Jun - 16:28

Not Born Yesterday wrote:It appeared originally in The Sun (a pathetic story even by their standards) and then was copied in The Mirror, Metro and others.

Just an attempt in my opinion to reinforce the vile troll stereotype for anyone who doubts the McCanns.


Yes, the McCann doubters will continue to be categorized as trolls rather than what we really are, and that is critical thinkers who can back up our criticism with specific examples.

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Post  jeanmonroe on Thu 9 Jun - 20:47

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3630957/Drag-act-stamps-stabs-punches-drinks-blood-Madeleine-McCann-doll-telling-audience-knows-really-happened-her.html

Drag act 'stamps, stabs, punches and drinks blood from a Madeleine McCann dollí while telling audience he 'knows what really happened to her'
Steven Irvine sparked outrage with show featuring Madeleine McCann doll
He reportedly stamped, stabbed, punched and drank blood from it on stage
Incredibly, show was cheered by some punters at Cheerz bar in Aberdeen
But others spoke of their disgust with one mother calling the show 'nasty'

By Sam Tonkin For Mailonline

Published: 10:51, 8 June 2016 | Updated: 13:39, 8 June 2016

A drag act has sparked outrage after reportedly stamping on, stabbing, punching and drinking blood from a Madeleine McCann doll while telling the audience he 'knows what really happened to her'.
Incredibly, the show by Steven Irvine, performing as his gothic alter-ego Pro Vanity, was cheered by some punters at Cheerz bar in Aberdeen, but others spoke of their disgust.
One mother called it 'nasty' and said that when she complained a staff member got angry because he 'couldnít see her problem'.
Outrage: Drag act Steven Irvine has sparked outrage after reportedly stamping, stabbing, punching and drinking blood from a Madeleine McCann doll while telling the audience he 'knows what really happened to her'
Another witness, who asked not to be named, said: 'She kicked and punched it and stabbed it with a knife.
'For the finale it was dumped on the ground, covered in fake blood and stamped on.
'People got caught up in it for a start but the mood in the place started to change.'
According to The Sun, one audience member said: 'How could anyone think itís acceptable?'
Posting about his act on social media before the event, Irvine, 22, bragged: Fake blood is my thing.'
He added: 'Did anyone ever find that missing child years ago? Come find out, be there.'
Irvine then took to the stage at a gay bar clutching a doll wrapped in a black shawl miming to the song Freddy's Coming For You from the film Nightmare On Elm Street.
He then began to stab the Madeleine doll with a knife.
Shockingly, some customers cheered throughout the performance which promised to reveal 'what really happened to Maddie'.
One mother called the show 'nasty' and said that when she complained a staff member got angry because he 'couldnít see her problem'. The show by Steven Irvine (left) featured a doll of missing Madeleine McCann (right)
A spokesman for Madeleine's parents Kate and Gerry - who should have celebrated their daughter's 13th birthday last month - slammed the performance.
Clarence Mitchell said: 'The offensiveness of this act speaks for itself.'
But Irvine, who also works as a waiter in Aberdeen, said: 'It's a drag show. It's supposed to cause offence.
'I've heard one negative comment but so much praise. I entertained on the night.'
Asked directly about the feelings of the McCanns, he said: 'I feel for the family.'
He added of the performance: 'It was supposed to be extreme and edgy.'
Madeleine was just three when she disappeared in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in 2007.
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I'm SHOCKED that there IS a 'Madeleine McCann DOLL'!

'available' at all good McCann 'online stores/shop'? (£1.5million ea, p&p 'extra')

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 9 Jun - 21:45

He has apologised on Facebook.

Steven Irvine
Yesterday at 10:25 ∑
So everyone will probably see me on the paper today.
I am sorry to those I have offended. I did take the performance a little too far ( btw I didn't have a knife. The bouncers wouldve killed me before the doll. )
While on that note of saying sorry, drag is intended to offend, shock, put dark situations in a fantasy setting so people can deal with their own issues.
It's full of errors and lies which is to be expected.
The reporter was also a really creepy stalker who found me staying at a friends house. How did he even do that???

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Post  jeanmonroe on Fri 10 Jun - 0:22

Not Born Yesterday wrote:He has apologised on Facebook.

Steven Irvine
Yesterday at 10:25 ∑
So everyone will probably see me on the paper today.
I am sorry to those I have offended. I did take the performance a little too far ( btw I didn't have a knife. The bouncers wouldve killed me before the doll. )
While on that note of saying sorry, drag is intended to offend, shock, put dark situations in a fantasy setting so people can deal with their own issues.
It's full of errors and lies which is to be expected.
The reporter was also a really creepy stalker who found me staying at a friends house. How did he even do that???

"The reporter was also a really creepy stalker who found me staying at a friends house. How did he even do that???"

'Self explanatory, my dear Watson.................he 'stalked' you'!

'Ah!' 'That's WHY you get paid the big bucks, Sherlock'

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