Jimmy Savile’s number plate from paedo’s Rolls Royce ‘The Beast’ on sale

A personalised number plate belonging to evil paedophile Jimmy Savile is going on sale for a staggering £25,000.

The "JS 247" plate, which used to be on the disgraced DJ's Rolls Royce Corniche convertible, was advertised inside a Sunday newspaper.

It was put up for sale by an unnamed trader, who hasn't said that it used to belong to Savile, who died in 2011.

The number 247, after his initials, relates to BBC Radio 1's original medium wave frequency.

In the advert, the anonymous seller described the number plate as a "Cherished Plate for Christmas".

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It has been listed inside a Sunday newspaper for £25,000, Sun Online reports.

In 2012, a scrap dealer paid £160,000 for the Rolls Royce – which Savile nicknamed 'The Beast' – at a charity auction before the sex abuse allegations against the star became known.

The new owner hoped he could hire out the 10-year-old convertible for weddings and children's parties.

He spent £8,000 repairing the breaks and servicing the luxury car in a bid to sell it for £70,000.

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But after discovering the DJ's sickening crimes, the unnamed man from Poole, Dorset, immediately disowned the car.

He told Sky News: "I don't want to be associated with it."

Claiming he couldn't even face driving it, he added: "I'm just gutted because all of this should have come out beforehand."

Car industry experts said number plates containing two letters are usually attractive to collectors.

But thanks to its links to Savile, it is now "worthless".

Vile DJ Savile owned a fleet of Rolls Royces during his lifetime, including a Silver Cloud III drophead coupé.

Many were bought up after Savile's death because of their links to the former Jim'll Fix It star, but in the wake of his evil crimes coming to light, they are all believed to be worthless.

In January 2013, a joint report by the NSPCC and Metropolitan Police revealed 450 people had made complaints against Savile, with his crimes stretching from 1955 to 2009.

Some of the complainants were just four years old at the time of the assault.

In January this year, a Scotland tourist ad featuring a picture of Savile's former house was quickly pulled.

The holiday cottage in the Highlands, where the DJ is believed to have abused at least 20 victims, was included in a VisitScotland advert with the caption "Snow-capped mountain in Glencoe, fantastic shot".

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