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Good old Greg Gutfeld seems to be having a blast over there in Blighty editing the UK edition of Maxim. He's also spreading the fun around to terminally ill lads.

According to Press Gazette, the puckish editor sent a terminally ill 24 year-old heart transplant recipient with the Dickensian monicker Daniel Titley to a Roman-theme PlayStation party packed with naked women. Talk about make a wish!

Gutfeld says the idea of hooking up a dying man came from time spent among dead on the inside junketeering journalists:

"I used to go on press junkets when I was at Men's Health and I really started to hate travel writers because they were getting all these free trips and they never appreciated it.

"I thought there must be a way to give these things to people who wouldn't have the opportunity otherwise.

"Here's a guy who's barely left his home town, who's spent most of his life in and out of hospital and he gets to spend the day being touched by naked beautiful women.

"It's probably one of the only things I've done in my life that I'm proud of."

Sweet. Gutfeld also manages to take a gratuitous swipe at GQ for the "world's crappiest travel writing." Hey, they worked hard for that World's Crappiest Travel Writing Award, buddy!

Maxim takes terminally ill reader on trip of a lifetime [Press Gazette]