Didgeridoo-n't do that! Furious prison officers are being driven mad by Rolf Harris who is making his favourite instrument out of toilet rolls and matchsticks

  • Rolf Harris is using toilet rolls and matchsticks to make didgeridoos in jail
  • The 85-year-old has been driving guards and inmates 'mad' with his music
  • The paedophile's makeshift instrument has been taken numerous times
  • But he continues to stockpile materials to make a new one in its place  

Paedophile Rolf Harris has been driving prison guards and fellow inmates crazy by playing a makeshift didgeridoo constructed from toilet rolls and matchsticks in his cell.

The 85-year-old Australian's home-made instrument has been confiscated by irate guards at Stafford Prison, north of Birmingham, on numerous occasions but the disgraced entertainer is determined to keep playing and stockpiles the materials to make another. 

While he was once hailed for his musical ability, his captive audience do not appear to appreciate his talents, with one source saying the paedophile has been 'driving everyone mad'. 

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Paedophile Rolf Harris has been driving prison guards and fellow inmates crazy by playing a makeshift didgeridoo constructed from toilet rolls and matchsticks in his cell

Paedophile Rolf Harris has been driving prison guards and fellow inmates crazy by playing a makeshift didgeridoo constructed from toilet rolls and matchsticks in his cell

The high-profile musician, who has had the honour of playing for the Queen, was jailed for almost six years in 2014 after being found guilty of indecently assaulting four children between 1969 and 1986

The high-profile musician, who has had the honour of playing for the Queen, was jailed for almost six years in 2014 after being found guilty of indecently assaulting four children between 1969 and 1986

'He continues to make them even though he keeps getting them confiscated,' the source told The Sun.

Harris has reportedly used the instrument as a form of 'therapy', with attempts to play at his last prison hampered after having a hand-carved, almost metre-long didgeridoo taken from him. 

The high-profile musician, who has had the honour of playing for the Queen, was jailed for almost six years in 2014 after being found guilty of 12 counts of indecent assault between 1969 and 1986. 

But Harris is making the most of his time behind bars, with insiders saying 'prison really isn't that bad for Rolf', The Sun reported.

His artwork is plastered on the prison walls and he is hailed the 'king of table tennis' among his fellow inmates.

Harris has reportedly used the instrument as a form of 'therapy', with attempts to play at his last prison hampered after having a hand-carved, almost metre long didgeridoo taken from him

Harris has reportedly used the instrument as a form of 'therapy', with attempts to play at his last prison hampered after having a hand-carved, almost metre long didgeridoo taken from him

Harris has been making the most of his time behind bars, with insiders saying 'prison really isn't that bad for Rolf'

Harris has been making the most of his time behind bars, with insiders saying 'prison really isn't that bad for Rolf'

'He's getting a lot of fulfilment out of the activities on offer and is no doubt doing a lot more than other pensioners his age,' a source told The Sun. 

In March it was revealed Harris had been using his time behind bars to write sickening songs that make references to the string of children he molested, which he intends to release when he is freed.

Reports from inside HMP Stafford claim the shamed musician has arranged tracks entitled Lying (Flat on her Back), Can't Keep That Dingo Down and Hairless Hairy Hand Men.

According to The Sun, the lyrics to the former go: 'So, open up girl, nice and wide, don't keep those filthy lies inside, if there's something to say, better say it's yesterday, it's broken hearts not wounded pride.'

Can't Keep That Dingo Down reads: 'Push him down, poke him around, but you can't keep that Dingo down, take his cash then blow him away, but that poor old Dingo'll have his day.'

Hairless Hairy Hand Men is believed to be a reference to Wendy Wild - one alleged abuse victim who said she was fondled by Harris' 'horrible hairy hands'. 

In March it was revealed Harris was using his time behind bars to write ten sickening songs that make references to the string of children he molested, which he intends to release when he is freed

In March it was revealed Harris was using his time behind bars to write ten sickening songs that make references to the string of children he molested, which he intends to release when he is freed

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