Trippy naked kid­nap gang

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– Ken Dodd THREE peo­ple pleaded guilty af­ter be­ing charged in a bizarre naked kid­nap case that also in­volved hal­lu­cino­genic tea.

Two un­named women and one man each pleaded guilty to un­law­ful con­fine­ment.

One, a woman aged 36, also pleaded guilty to dan­ger­ous driv­ing.

Po­lice in Al­berta, Canada, said that three mem­bers of a fam­ily were forced against their will from a home and into a car with sev­eral naked peo­ple in­side.

Of­fi­cers found the three vic­tims – a man, his adult daugh­ter and her baby – who’d been res­cued by the truck’s driver.

It’s be­lieved the group un­know­ingly drank the mind- bend­ing brew was brought back from a re­cent over­seas trip.

The vic­tims said the ac­cused are all for­mer neigh­bours and mem­bers of the same Je­ho­vah’s Wit­nesses church. COU­PLE: Stacey and Rob SHOW- OFF: Stacey loves to flash – and more – in pub­lic A CHEEKY dog­ger is con­vinced pop crooner Ed Sheeran WINKED at him as he popped his naughty missus’s cork from be­hind.

The mil­lion­aire singer, 27, is ru­moured to have se­cretely mar­ried fi­ancée Cherry Se­aborn ear­lier this year.

The pair have re­port­edly moved into Sheeran’s swanky pri­vate es­tate in East Anglia – which also neigh­bours a pop­u­lar dog­ging site amid the lux­u­ri­ous ru­ral idyll.

And reg­u­lar sex- swap fan Rob Welsh, 40, reck­ons he recog­nised the glint of an eye­ball when he was toss­ing off while watch­ing a lorry driver from Lithua­nia do his missus.

Rob, who ad­mits to drink­ing “quite heav­ily”, told Sun­day Sport: “I was with our Stacey and do­ing her right up against a tree. From be­hind, like. I’m no an­i­mal.

“Then this lorry turned up. I didn’t mind. That’s the whole point of dog­ging re­ally.

“You want peo­ple to watch you at it.

“And the driver was a proper SWANKY: Ed ( lives on a pri­vate es­tate ( near sex peo­ple’s par­adise dirty bas­tard with our Stace.

“He gave her what for and then some. But then it was my time again.

“And I’m not be­ing funny, like, but I saw a cur­tain twitch from over on that posh place while I slipped it firmly up my Stacey.

“I’d bet a house that was Ed Sheeran watch­ing me and Stace while mak­ing some fu­ri­ous per­sonal mess. “I’d bet a house. “Ob­vi­ously not my house, though. I’m not mad.”

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