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Dog used by Elvis Presley to simulate sex act sold at auction.

   Full story is at IC Liverpool. Article was posted on October 30 by ChuckyG

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Joelle - October 31, 2003 - Report this comment
Oh, my. I'd never heard THAT Elvis story!
Jonathan C. - November 04, 2003 - Report this comment
Apparently, the link has expired. I can't get in the URL. Just as well.:/
ChuckyG - November 04, 2003 - Report this comment
that was a quick link expiration.. here it is until I get a chance to fix it: http://icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk/0100news/0100regionalnews/page.cfm?objectid=13571505&method=full&siteid=50061
Mack the Knife - November 10, 2003 - Report this comment
What the f*ck? Wouldn't the dog be dead?
Smurf and Mr.Horse - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
This was the article that inspired our song "Whoa There Presley" submitted two days ago to AmIRight. Never heard this one before either... Elvis's hound dog snapped up at auction ... but it doesn't go for a song Oct 30 2003 A TOY hound dog which almost landed Elvis Presley with a police charge for lewd behaviour is to go on display at a Liverpool museum. The King shocked his Los Angeles audience on October 28, 1957, when, in the middle of his act, he picked up the dog he had been presented with by his record company and pretended to make love to it. The scene caused such a commotion that, as fans screamed and shouted his name long after the end of the show, theatres bosses used the tannoy to announce for the first time: "Elvis has left the building." Los Angeles police attended the following day's show hoping he would repeat the act - but Elvis, tipped off about their presence by Colonel Parker, picked the dog up and signalled a halo around his head. The dog, named Nipper, was snapped up at auction by Rebecca Hooper, pictured above, from Tarporley, Cheshire, for 3,000. She said: "I am just an ardent Elvis fan and just wanted the one thing that had been touched by Elvis and had not been washed. "It is part of Elvis history after it was the first time that now famous phrase was used." The dog will go on show from November 1 at the Fingerprints of Elvis exhibition at Albert Dock after being lent to the museum by Mrs Hooper.

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