This previously unseen photograph shows Sir Jimmy Savile inside the hospital where he is alleged to have abused sick and disabled patients.
The picture from 2005 shows the 'Jim’ll Fix It' star at Stoke Mandeville Hospital outside a cafe chillingly called 'Jimmy's' in his honour.
Former BBC presenter Savile raised millions for the hospital in Aylesbury, Bucks, and worked as a volunteer there for many years.
But it is now claimed Stoke Mandeville chiefs allowed the predatory paedophile to boast he had his own bedroom at the hospital and had ‘lived’ there for two decades.
Nurses even resorted to warning youngsters to ‘pretend to be asleep’ when the warped Jim’ll Fix It star was approaching their wards, it has been claimed.
It is claimed teenagers in wheelchairs and others recovering from cancer were among those allegedly attacked by the sick BBC DJ.
One patient claimed he was fondled in Savile's Rolls-Royce at a Stoke Mandeville fundraiser when he was just nine.
A further two women said Savile had forced kisses on them there when they were in their early teens.
Suspicions have been raised his behaviour was ignored because of the millions Savile raised for the hospital, which specialises in treating spinal injuries.
Stoke Mandeville insisted it had 'no record' of complaints about him.
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