Paul Daniels finds finger tip inside magic orange
"Now that's magic!" After losing the end of his finger in a circular saw accident, popular TV magician Paul Daniels has sensationally found the end of his missing digit inside of a magic orange, while live on stage in a hospice near Bognor Regis.
The unfortunate illusionist sliced off the tip of his index finger while working on props for his new act in his shed on New Years Day. Since then the 4ft 1in magician has been searching high and low for the remains of the digit to no avail, and recently told newspapers that he believed the cat must have eaten it.
Surprisingly however, the detached finger showed up yesterday inside of an orange while Daniels performed a trick to pull a £10 note from the magic fruit. Audiences gasped as a fetid, decomposing finger tip emerged, much to the delight of the showman. Several of the audience fainted or vomited to the stench of putrefying flesh, many of whom were elderly or infirm.
The lovely Debbie McGee spoke for Daniels, 92, telling us sternly that her husband was delighted to have retrieved the appendage, which has now been re-attached using that magic, invisible thread stuff that holds up floating light bulbs during Daniel’s act.
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