Daily Mail punts Georgina Baillie filth
Middle England cops an eyeful of...
NSFW The Daily Mail earlier today sought to squeeze extra value from the Manuelgate scandal by exposing some sordid secrets regarding Georgina Baillie's alleged life as "Mistress Voluptua - a dominatrix who charges clients £110 an hour for the dubious pleasures of being treated as her 'slave'".
However, its original choice of snap to accompany this piece probably raised a few eyebrows in Middle England:
Hold on, though, before you all run screaming for the Twat-O-Tron, our photo analysis bureau assures us that this is a thumb we're dealing with here and not the hideously empurpled spam javelin where Russell Brand keeps his brains. Quite a relief for the Home Counties, we're sure you'll agree.
Nonetheless, the Mail wisely chose to replace the above snap with something less open to misinterpretation, although it was still using the image on its home page later (click on the grab for a full-size shufti):
It finally pulled that too at around 3.30 this afternoon, presumably following a few comments from readers unable to tell their thumb from their todger. ®
Thanks for the "firm evidence". You made me spew all over my monitor.
Why is the "thumb" so out of scale? Either she is about the size of a 6 year old kid, or some giant has knocked her down and attempting to clean her mouth with his massively oversized thumb.
Cor everyone get's their knickers in a twist
just because there is a recession on.
It is the Rockefeller syndrome sweeping the UK, these two iconic entertainment figures must be bought down to wallow in the muck with the rest of us.
I would be happier if we were calling for an end to the BBC, talk about not checking your facts, and I suspect Brand and Ross knew the real story. People just want to have something or someone to hate at the moment, because frankly that is probably all a lot have been feeling the last few weeks.
What is the house repossession rate at the moment, forecast at 45,000 by year end. And most who have mortgaged in the last 5 years or so plummeting into negative equity, a lot were on 100% mortgages as well. Job market looking unstable, yeah people just want to be indignant about something, never mind the facts, they want to hate anything apart from themselves right now. And the knock on is just begining, there is more to come.