The Chief Executive of Stylophone Instruments has admitted that sales of their weirdy sounding electrical toy have plummeted in light of the trial of Rolf Harris.
Leading Digeridoo player, turned Children’s Entertainer, Rolf Harris was the unmistakeable face of the Stylophone throughout the seventies and eighties, and the public have not forgotten his association with the product. Company Executive, Peter Thape has seen profits fall away sharply since the discovery of Harris’s alleged felonious behaviour, and he fears that sales may never recover.
‘Sales have been quite low for a while, and we’re pretty sure it’s Harris’s fault,’ said Thape.
‘Can I remind the public that a stylophone would be a welcome addition to any orchestra or rock band,’ added Thape.