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Comedian Harry Enfield has been named as the "pukka celebrity" fronting a new series of TV ads for ISP Madasafish.

Described as "funny as f**k", the ads are due to appear this Christmas and use some of the colourful characters made famous by the TV funnyman.

Written and directed by Enfield, one of the ads sees him having a pop at brain box Albert Einstein.

The TV ads plug Madasafish's £17.99 a month ADSL. The offer includes a free modem, free connection and no download restrictions. ®

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