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Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris clip is being called ‘the most disturbing video on the internet’

Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris clip is being called ‘the most disturbing video on the internet’

The clip of the two disgraced presenters has recently resurfaced

Chilling footage of Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris sharing a 'creepy' exchange on an episode of Jim’ll Fix It has resurfaced.

The haunting clip of the two disgraced TV stars has been dubbed the 'most disturbing video on the internet'.

Harris, who died aged 93 in May this year, made an appearance on Savile's hit BBC show in 1976.

The clip has now reemerged on social media after ITV drama The Reckoning, a dramatisation of Savile's life, hit our small screens.

Steve Coogan has taken on the role of Savile in the show, with his performance having been dubbed 'horrifying' by viewers.

Savile sickeningly abused hundreds of adults and children over the course of his lengthy showbiz career - including while he hosted Jim’ll Fix It.

The disgraced presenter invited Harris' onto the show to help him 'fix' a wish of a young girl.

Teasing his arrival, Savile told the audience: "How on earth can we get hold of that Mr Rolf Harris?

"He's always flying about all over the world. As soon as he knew that we needed him for Jim'll Fix It, here he came."

Harris is then welcomed onstage to a thunderous round of applause from a crowd of excited kids.

Chilling video of Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris has resurfaced.

Savile had earlier read a letter out from a little girl who'd wrote into his show, explaining that she had always wanted to see the Australian paint.

He then beckons the youngster to the stage to join them and positions her in between them both.

Savile says: "Where is Lynsey? Come here Lynsey. Come here, turn round and look at the ladies and gentlemen."

He then eerily strokes her hair and shoulders as she waits nervously for direction.

The DJ added: "Now you sir. She wishes that she could help you with one of your paintings.

"Do you think I may leave her in your charge?"

Sporting a grin, Harris responds: "Safely leave her in my capable hands here. I'll roll my sleeves up."

The footage was first unearthed in a two-part ITV documentary released in May, called Rolf Harris: Hiding In Plain Sight.

It delved through the child entertainer's rise and fall after his sordid crimes were exposed.

His glittering reputation took a dramatic turn in 2013, when he was arrested as part of Operation Yewtree.

The landmark police investigation was set up in the wake of the revelations about Savile, which emerged after his death at the age of 84 in 2011.

The disgraced pair seen on a 1976 episode of Jim'll Fix It.

Savile never faced justice in court as he'd passed away before his crimes came to light.

However, cops managed to make several high-profile arrests in relation to allegations of sexual abuse.

Publicist Max Clifford, Gary Glitter, and former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis were among those convicted.

Harris was also found guilty of 12 charges of indecent assault. He was jailed for five years and nine months in 2014, although one of the convictions was later overturned after being declared unsafe.

The 93-year-old was released from prison in May 2017, having served around three years of his sentence.

If you’ve been affected by any of these issues and want to speak to someone in confidence regarding the welfare of a child, contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000, 8am–10pm Monday to Friday, 9am–6pm weekends. If you are a child seeking advice and support, call Childline for free on 0800 1111.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Jimmy Savile, Rolf Harris, TV and Film, Crime