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Stephen Kish – was better known as Sizzlin’ Steve – was the presenter of the CBBC children’s show Officially Amazing. The show ran on the BBC between 2013 and 2018 for eight series and featured people from around the world trying to break Guinness World Records.

Kish – who also runs a dog-walking company called Tails of Love Pet Care – was found to have six grossly offensive images on his devices.

The images showed a person having sex with an animal in an “explicit and realistic way”.

Kish was due to stand trial after denying one count of possessing extreme images.

However, the former presenter broke down into tears after he changed his plea to guilty at Lewes Crown Court, the Argus reported.

The court heard police found the vile stash of images in September 2018.

He was bailed to be sentenced in October.

The former presenter holds more than 50 world records including the highest-ever score in Pac-Man.

He once held the record for fastest time to sort 500g of Peanut M&Ms and currently holds the record for the most toots of a party blower in 30 seconds.

Officially Amazing was made by independent production company Lion TV for CBBC.

No further series have been commissioned.

All episodes were removed from BBC platforms when the corporation was made aware of the allegations.

Kish previously opened up about suffering from depression and anxiety and said his rescue dog, Molly, helped him when he “needed it the most”.

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He told the Argus: “I have such an amazing bond with Molly, who is always by my side.

“She always tries to please and really enjoys seeing others enjoying themselves.

“I suffer from depression and anxiety, but Molly helps me when I need it the most and has even helped me make new friends.

“Being able to see her simply wag her tail makes me smile and be happy.

“When I have a moment of severe illness, many scenarios rush through my mind.

“However, when I start to think about Molly and what would happen to her if I wasn’t around, I begin to think more logically and rationally about things.”

Molly – who was an official ambassador for Eukanuba dog food – was also a record holder for most items caught by a dog in 30 seconds.

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