SHOCKED COPS HUNT PC STOLEN FROM CEREBRAL PALSY BOY HasSouthParkdeadcelebrityspecialgonetoofar?THE makers of South Park have once again pushed the limits of good taste with an episode featuring celebrities who died this summer. In a parody of film The Sixth Sense, Ike, the baby brother of main character Kyle, claims I see dead celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Farrah Fawcett, Patrick Swayze and David Carradine, who was found hanging in a hotel room. During the episode, which premiered in the US last night, the stars are shown trapped in a purgatory plane attempting to enter heaven. But they cant get through the pearly gates because Jacksons spirit has taken control of Ike, telling the world he always wanted to be accepted as a little white girl. The boys enter Ike into a pageant which he wins prompting Jacksons spirit to leave his body and join the celebs on the plane -- which then plunges into hell. An industry insider said: I think this episode takes things too far, even by their standards. BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN London Lite Thursday, 8 October 2009 21 Home away ONE WEEKEND, TWO PLACES, YOUR CHOICE & Why: For a fun history lesson How to get there: Train from London Bridge or Waterloo (off-peak 21.80 return). Where to stay: The Grade II-listed Thanington Hotel (thanington- hotel.co.uk) is a peaceful B&B, a short walk from the city walls. Where to eat: The Farmhouse (thefarmhousecanterbury.co.uk) does a nice line in English grub that includes crab mayonnaise, jelly and ice cream and local wines. The dcor is funky retro. What to do: Dodge French students at the awe-inspiring cathedral, which dates back to AD597. Check out Edward the Black Princes tomb and see where Thomas Becket was murdered. Get some fresh, seaside air with a drive to Whitstable or Deal. More information: visitkent.co.uk Cool Canterbury Why: To extend summer with a late sunshine break. 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More info: latchicyprus.com DANNY WHEELER Latchi, Cyprus Sick thieves steal 15k computer and rob boy, six, of speech Targets: Jackson sitting next to Farrah Fawcett Sick sense: Kill Bill star Carradine hanging Devastated: Jaspar Tomlinson with his mother Filipa THIEVES stole 15,000 worth of specialist computer equipment which a six-year-old boy uses to help him talk. Jaspar Tomlinson, of Muswell Hill, suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy. He depends on a specialised computer to communicate with his family, friends and teachers. But as his mother, Filipa Maia-Tomlinson, strapped him into their car after school, thieves stole the priceless equipment which she had put by the boot. They did not take the cable so whoever stole the computer would not even be able to use it. Mrs Maia-Tomlinson, 41, said: I put the computer down next to the boot and was putting Jaspar in the car. Then I looked and the computer had vanished. It wasnt in the boot and it wasnt on the ground. She added: I feel like they took a part of me, like Ive lost a limb, because whoever did this has stolen my sons voice. Mrs Maia-Tomlinson, who with husband Max also has a daughter Ava, five, said Jaspars computer was stolen from the car park of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy in Muswell Hill. She said Jaspars progress had now regressed because he does not have access to sensory devices on the computer. The PC works with a special infra red device which picks up on his gaze so his eyes can act as a mouse. Jaspar can then select pic- tures on the screen with his eyes. He can also select numbers and words to answer ques- tions in school. Mrs Maia-Tomlinson said: Were absolutely devastated because we fought hard to get the funding from Haringey Council to pay for Jaspars computer -- which I envisaged he would have for life. The chief executive of the centre, Deepa Korea, said: This is devastating for Jaspar and his family. It is a really important means of communicating for him with the outside world. Because Jaspar is unable to speak, it really does give him a voice. Chief Inspector Jon Williams of Haringey police said: I am absolutely appalled by this. We appeal to the better nature of whoever has taken this equipment to return it as a matter of urgency. If you have any information phone Haringey police on 0300 123 1212 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html