A gay Church of England vicar has bravely come out to reveal that Songs of Praise presenter Aled Jones sexually assaulted him while Jones was still a choirboy in the 1980s, exposing a long history of perversion that began when he was just twelve.
The Church of England vicar, who cannot be named for legal reasons, wept as he described how the twelve-year-old forced himself upon him: 'I was a defenceless middle-aged man and did not have the strength to fight off such a young and fit youth. He soon wrestled me on top of him while singing "Walking in the Air" in his treble voice.'
Jones was taken off the BBC for inappropriate texts sent to a woman over a decade ago, which now appear only just to have arrived. Jones has homophobically denied the vicar's allegations.
Jones still also hosts his own programme in which he addresses a whole range of conspiracy theories involving Nazis and clockwork elves. After Jones' voice broke at the age of 16, he was left with a gravelly tone and an inability to control its volume.