Jimmy Savile took girls to hospital flat, says porter


An ex-hospital porter in Leeds has told the BBC that Jimmy Savile was regularly handed a key to a building there when he arrived with teenage girls.

Terry Pratt said Savile would arrive at Leeds General Infirmary in the early hours, take the girls to nurses' accommodation and leave before dawn.

Leeds General Infirmary said there were no records of complaints against Savile during the time he was working there.

It added that the hospital "continues to be shocked by each new allegation" it hears about.

Sophie Hutchinson reports.

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