Throughout his decade-spanning career in the biz, Peter Kay has met countless celebs and public figures however there seems to be one particular encounter that has really stuck out.
Luckily for Kay, Savile actually agreed under the conditions that he was to receive £500 in cash as well as a box of fancy cigars worth £1000.
However, things didn't go too smoothly for the stand-up comedian, who found Savile to be 'very eccentric'.
He also said he 'talked utter nonsense, spouting weird quotes, crap jokes, limericks' and made some very strange noises.
Speaking to the Mirror about his upcoming book, Big Adventures on the Small Screen, Kay recalled: "The only hint I got of Jimmy being immoral in any way was when he met our executive producer, Bridget Boseley.
"I remember she offered him her hand, which Jimmy took, then he flipped it round to kiss the back of it, but before his lips touched her skin I saw a quick flick of his tongue licking the back of her hand."
Beyond creepy that.
And Kay, who was clearly freaked out by the whole thing, remembered thinking: "Urgh! What was all that about?
"Bridget and I chatted about it later. She said, 'He licked the back of my hand.' 'I know, I saw him, the dirty old perv'."
And that wasn't their only encounter as, many years on, the pair met again when Kay was invited to BBC Media City in Salford for an event that happened just a day after a documentary aired on ITV exposing the Jim'll Fix It presenter's reprehensible behaviour.
Remembering the moment, Kay explained: "Everybody had gone apart from Peter Salmon (BBC Exec), Guy Garvey, Mr Tumble and me.
"The main corridor wall had a huge black and white mural featuring BBC icons from over the years. Michael Parkinson, Only Fools and Horses, Dad’s Army, that sort of thing. Just like wallpaper, the images repeated along the length of the wall."
He continued: "I’ll never forget Peter Salmon, he said, 'Here, could you do me a favour?' and he handed each of us a pile of big bright-yellow Children in Need Pudsey Bear stickers. 'Could you find Savile and cover him up?'"
The comedian then described it as 'some depraved Where’s Wally? Or Where’s Jimmy?'.
LADbible has reached out to the BBC for comment.