PHILADELPHIA, Monday: The parents of 15-year-old leukaemia patient Josh Morten, who last night passed away after a four year battle with the illness, said theywere sorry not to have fulfilled his dying wish to get a *%*@$%++ from Cameron Diaz. The courageous teenager told his family two months ago that the one thing he'd really like before he died was to be sucked off by the successful Hollywoodactress and former model. "Josh never asked for much," his father confided. "He never complained about his illness, or made unrealistic demands. So when he requestedfellatio from the star of Charlie's Angels and There's Something About Mary we thought, sure, that's the least we can do for him." But attempts to grant Josh his dying wish proved much more difficult than the family had initially thought. Formal requests inviting the star to perform oralsex on their dying son were repeatedly declined. "We wrote, we rang, we faxed," Mr Morten explained. "And every time it was the same answer: 'Sorry, Ms Diaz is currently unable tocomply with your request.' I mean, how unsympathetic can you get? We're talking about a dying kid here! Would it kill her?" Mr Morten even made a special trip to Los Angeles, to try to talk to the movie star personally outside the premiere of Gangs of New York. "The crowds wereten deep," he said, "and I'm there yelling out to her from the back: 'Will you go down on my son please!', but she didn't want toknow." With hopes diminishing by the day, Mr Morten placed similar standby requests with the agents representing Catherine Zeta Jones, Jennifer Lopez and Salma Hayek,but in each case the stars refused to co-operate. "Who do they think they are, these women!" railed Mr Morten. "They earn millions of dollars and swan about at fancy parties, but when they get asimple request to bring a smile to a young boy far less fortunate than them, they turn their back on you. What kind of world do we live in when a dyingteenager can no longer get his $@*@ sucked by a celebrity?" http://www.chaser.com.au/index.php?o...1638&Itemid=98 I know this is old. But, I had to share. This is a better dying request than going to disneyland.