IPCC's Devil Leader

Source: WUWT
Cliff Richards sang Devil Woman.

She's just a devil woman 
With evil on her mind 
Beware the devil woman 
She's gonna get you 
She's just a devil woman 
With evil on her mind 
Beware the devil woman 
She's gonna get you from behind
With a few more years, he could have sung of the IPCC's Devil Leader  Rajendra Pachauri:
He's just a devil leader 
With evil on his mind 
Beware the IPCC leader  
He's gonna get you 
He's just a devil leader 
With evil on his mind 
Beware that devil leader 
He's gonna get you from behind

Have you heard much from the Australian Media of the lecherous (alleged?) Rajendra Pachauri?

Googling "Rajendra Pachauri Sex Trials" brings up

Eventually, at 45 in the Google list, the Alarmist Sydney Morning Herald appears with

UN climate chief Rajendra Pachauri accused of sexual harassment

Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Nobel-Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has withdrawn from next week's talks due to "issues demanding his attention", the UN body said on Sunday 
His cancellation comes after Delhi police said Dr Pachauri, 74, was accused of sexually harassing a 29-year-old researcher from his Delhi-based think tank The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
And "our ABC" comes in at position 73 with

IPCC head Rajendra Pachauri to miss meeting over sexual harassment case:
A TOP UNITED NATIONS climate change official has pulled out of a key meeting in Kenya next week as Indian police investigate a sexual harassment complaint against him
This blog, with a small red-face, came in four places behind "our ABC"
Meanwhile, a story in the Calcutta-based Telegraph suggests that Pachauri has long treated female staff members “like little girls” by lifting them off the ground as one might do with toddlers in North America. Based on the above two women’s accounts, plus “interviews with two long-term [TERI] employees,” the article implies that physical contact and sexual innuendo have long been part of Pachauri’s modus operandi.  
The UK Telegraph has also pointed out via columnist Christopher Booker  the reluctance of the MSM to report the sexual foibles of this former "darling" of  the MSM:
After two years of police investigation into charges of sexual harassment of his employees, Dr Rajendra Pachauri has finally been removed from his position at the Energy and Resources Institute (Teri), formerly the Tata Energy Research Institute, which he ran for 35 years.Plucked from obscurity in 2002 to become chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Pachauri was long hailed as one of the world’s leading climate experts, even though, as a former railway engineer, he had no qualifications in climate science whatsoever.
Pachauri was under fire for the 2007 report:
In 2010 he came under worldwide fire for having very actively presided over the IPCC’s 2007 report, when it was revealed (not least in this column) that nearly a third of its citations were not from scientific sources at all, but from propaganda leaflets and press releases from climate activist groups, such as Friends of the Earth and WWF. Even when the IPCC had to apologise for one particularly ludicrous WWF-inspired claim that the Himalayan glaciers might all disappear by 2035, Pachauri clung on to office and simply hired the man responsible to work for him at Teri. 
The sting is in the tail of Christopher Booker great piece:
 it is perhaps unfortunate that his eventual downfall should have come about for a sexual scandal and not for his controversial conduct as head of a hugely influential global body that he was never equipped to run in the first place.

Songwriters: Cliff Richard - Devil Woman Lyrics