The host of campaigning Brazilian TV crime show Canal Livre has been accused of coming up with an extreme method of boosting his ratings: ordering the murder of at least five people. Suspicions that former police officer Wallace Souza had arranged the hits were aroused when his camera crews in Manaus, Amazonas, demonstrated an " …
Crossing the line
between reporting and creating reality TV, Alistair Stewart did it here already!
I can just see Noel Edmonds on the red phone ordering hits on people working in the City to give him & 'the banker' some interesting chat to boost ratings.
He didn't need to order the killings to prove that there was a high crime rate, because *he* was a criminal, wasn't he? After all, he ordered the killings...
Wait, there's something wrong with that. I'm confused.
'...covering his nose with his shirt and breezily remarking that 'it smells like barbecue''
I guess that guy doesn't like barbecue...
May I recommend this approach to...
... the producers of Big Brother.
You know what you have to do.
As opposed to wanting hitmen to strike brutally
every time I see Cilla Black or Gordon Brown..........
@As opposed to wanting hitmen to strike brutally
Oi oi oi!! Now say what you want about that sour faced prime minister of ours, but just you leave the pride of Merseyside alone! Otherwise I'll have a surprise surprise for you!
What the HELL do I pay you for!?!
Seems that media mogul Mr. Carver and his Tomorrow's News Today network is alive and kicking... Now pay attention, 007.
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