December 7th, 2012

WATCH: Aussie DJs Laughing and Explaining Prank Yesterday

Here are Oz DJ’s Michael Christian and Mel Greig explaining their prank yesterday:

Wonder who is going to wake them up?


143 Comments

  1. 1
    La' says:

    ‘Struth

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  2. 2
    horehound says:

    Tragic, a pathetic immature thing to do.

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    • 31
      nadia says:

      having a bit of fun, practical jokes etc all very well – but don’t record the fucking thing for the whole world to laugh at you vile c#nts

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      • 58
        Earl of Croydon says:

        Oh come along. As they said it was clearly a bit of harmless fun. It was also a rotten impression of the Queen for which they never in a million years expected to be put through.
        These types of calls have been happening since the advent of the phone.
        Its awful that she has taken her own life, shocking, but there can be no accounting for the instability of some people.
        Life cannot be spent walking on eggshells.

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        • 60
          nadia says:

          i made prank calls as a kid but didn’t record it for the world to laugh at. that’s hardly ‘walking on eggshells’

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          • Earl of Croydon says:

            Its a blooming joke. So what if the world heard it. It was more a fault of the hospiatal system anyway.
            However to kill oneself over such a thing suggest strongly that there will have been other issues in this poor ladies life.
            Seriously your are almost suggesting that prank calls be banned on the basis of health and safety.

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          • Anonymous says:

            you earl of ncroydon is a big tit if you think someone life is worth a prank call you are just as worse as the aussies mentioning what you have down. Wake up this terrible terrible news for the Nurse and her family, its joke for a human life, those stupid DJs should have not carried out this stupid prank and you support it as a blooming joke you pathetic person

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        • 67
          horehound says:

          its not the call, its the broadcasting of it

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          • RAINMAN says:

            She probably knew she would lose her job, so in despair took her life .So sad.

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          • Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

            They could have asked permission to broadcast after making the recording but chose not to do so .

            I do not think Candid Camera sketches got aired if there were any objections.

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          • Anonymous says:

            It is the call FFS hardly cutting edge humour is it, even for Australians.

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          • Anonymous says:

            extrapulating. one could say that it was not the broadcasting, it was how the broadcast was treated. one could then add, it was not the broadcast, it was how the royal couple reacted to it…

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  3. 3
    Bilbo Baggins says:

    Well it looks like Dingo and the Baby or whatever they are called are in deep shit.

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  4. 4
    Riesler says:

    Bastards!

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    they’re not laughing anymore… hope they’re fired not only an invasion of Kate’s privacy at a very difficult period for a first time mother but the most innocent party driven to suicide as well. Disgrace

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  6. 6
    Chris Bryant's favourite dildo says:

    It’s got bugger all to do with them making the prank call – the nurse was obviously unstable

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    • 8
      Chris Bryant's real favourite dildo says:

      Upon them calling her, it had something to do with them. This is an inescapable reality.

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    • 12
      Anonymous says:

      To say it’s got “bugger all to do with them” is naive. Yes, she likely had a predisposition to react in such a way, but without the trigger this probably wouldn’t have happened.

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      • 20
        Chris Bryant's favourite butplug says:

        Fair point. It is tragic but to assign blame to the dj’s is too much of a jump.

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        • 27
          Anonymous says:

          Agreed. They didn’t act with malicious intent, and media coverage and other unknown factors may well have played a part as well.

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          • MB. says:

            The call was malicious, they had no interest in the effect on others either of the patient or the people who they misled and could have lost their jobs because of it.

            The radio station seems to have had warnings from the Australian authorities previously but no serious action was taken against them.

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          • Anonymous says:

            @MB.

            But that’s not malicious. Inconsiderate, yes, but not malicious. They didn’t intend any harm, they were trying to be entertaining.

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        • 32
          Engineer says:

          Bollocks. If the DJs hadn’t played their stupid prank, there would have been no trajedy.

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          • Chris Bryant's favourite cucumber says:

            How do you know? If, at the 1st case of a bollocking / sacking she necks a tub of pills then how can any manager do their job?

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          • Anonymous says:

            @Chris Bryant’s etc

            With intelligence and sensitivity. That’s part of being a manager.

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          • Engineer says:

            Do you have a brain? Would you care to use it occasionally?

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          • MB. says:

            Anonymous says:
            December 7, 2012 at 3:52 pm
            @MB.
            But that’s not malicious. Inconsiderate, yes, but not malicious. They didn’t intend any harm, they were trying to be entertaining.

            It was malicious, they had no concerns about the consequences of their actions. At the very least some of the people at the hospital could have lost their jobs (the hospital have actually been supported of those individuals). It could have also caused distress (or worse) to a pregnant sick woman (the fact she is a Royal is irrelevant).

            The radio station seems particularly incompetent, they are still playing a trailer bragging about the stunt. It is obviously early in the morning but I would have expected the management to get all their staff out of bed and into work to remove any reference to it but perhaps they are still proud of their actions.

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        • 48
          Anonymous says:

          No she was a victim of a fraud. They were using her for their own personal gain.

          Blagging is thought of, by the press, as a wheeze. It is also supported by the government as they use institutional blagging. For example a government agency uses false legal arguments to force people to disclose information.

          It is as though all laws are being ignored when the victim is an individual, yet when an institution (BBC) is threatened the laws seem to be resurrected. This is our experience with another agency that can ignore all the laws it likes, as the victims are individuals and not around to fight back.

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    • 35
      nadia says:

      lots of us are obviously unstable to one extent or another including me. if some k#nt played a prank on me for the world to laugh at then someone’s going to end up dead whether it’s me or the unthinking k#nt that did it.

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    • 102
      Anonymous says:

      bollocks unstable Hunt1 typical fucking aussie pricks!

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  7. 7
    Annoyed says:

    Looks like it was the nurse who’s commited suicide now an not the receptionist. Either way feckin shitty state of affairs and hope the proud of themselves

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  8. 10
    Scrobs... says:

    These are two people, with their bosses, who will have the most unpleasant Christmas they ever could imagine.

    The poor lass who had the hit has a family who will double that, and then re-double it.

    Revenge really doesn’t go down well around this time of year does it.

    Oh yes it does…

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  9. 11
    All forgiven says:

    Her tits are OK. I think we can forgive our Australian cousins this one time…..

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  10. 13
    Anonymous says:

    BBC repeated constantly. They have a lot to answer for.

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  11. 14
    St. Tony Blair says:

    Aussie DJs, please please stick to interviewing the cast of Neighbours…..

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  12. 16
    Aussie chat up expert says:

    G’day sheila. Do you want to have a length of the one eyed snake?

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    • 140
      Anonymous says:

      the one eyed snake.

      the olympic mascot had one eye too.
      big brother only needs one eye as well.
      to see what cannot be seen by our eyes, we need an additional eye, the 3rd eye.

      either live at the level of fear….conflict…sex
      or aspire for something more decent.

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  13. 18
    Fuck 'em says:

    These two c-unts, come Monday morning:

    “You want fries with that?”

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  14. 19
    Check Facts First says:

    Breaking News From Sky – A hospital nurse caring for the Duchess of Cambridge who was duped by two DJs pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles is understood to have committed suicide.

    Who is not laughing now!

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  15. 21
    Engineer says:

    Now you know why boring old farts like us call such things ‘stupid pranks’. That poor receptionist’s (or nurse’s) last 24 hours on this planet must have been truly awful. As others have said, the BBC haven’t helped by constantly repeating the call, but the bulk of the blame lies with two brainless morons calling themselves Australian DJs.

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    • 45
      Scrobs... says:

      Sums it up, Engineer – good one.

      Watch the 6.00pm news and see how they react – be carefull, they’ll try it on yet again…

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    • 46
      Patten must Go NOW says:

      Yes but the BBC had made it far worse for her. All her friends, workmates, family, the whole country infact would have heard the conversation and she knew it. They could simply have reported what happened without constantly broadcasting the conversation, which turned her from a mystery nurse/receptionist into an identifiable person. To make matters worse the BBC seemed to treat it as a joke, not the aussie DJ’s but the staff at a top private hospital who gave out confidential details was what the BBC thought funny.

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    • 59
      nadia says:

      the prank was witless and unfunny. the constant repetition of it and general media frenzy was worse. and to what end? to prove that security is lax? that someone was duped and wasn’t a jobsworth for a f#cking change?

      in the old days you could phone up to check on relatives. these days there’d be no point, data protection, ‘more than my jobs worth’ etc. that some poor nurse acted like a human instead of a f#cking computer gets driven to suicide. she may or may not have been unstable anyway. i bet there’s a significant proportion of the population that would be mortified to even be mentioned on television, let alone hounded and made to look a fool. of course that isn’t understood by the media whores and self-obsessed streaks of piss that endlessley repeated this (you newsreading c#nts and editors know who you are).

      this has genuinely upset me.

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    • 65
      Anonymous says:

      enormous pressure.
      and then david kelly went for a walk…

      it was reported that “all hell was break when the royal couple reached home”.

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    • 99
      MB. says:

      What BBC station are you listening to? I have not heard them constantly playing it. They played some heavily edited clips earlier in the week but not heard it since then.

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      • 118
        Engineer says:

        BBC Radio 4. They played the (edited) clip on just about every news bulletin I heard on Tuesday and Wednesday. They (quite correctly) didn’t play the clip on Friday evening, when arguably it had even more news value.

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    Farmer says:

    As the Leveson inquiry revealed, the media has an uncontrolled power to reach into a persons’ life and make it intolerable.

    In a small way, many years ago it happened to me and my family. We had done nothing wrong or even been accused of anything but there was a ‘public interest’ and it tore our lives apart for years.

    For people without media training and who have no public role in life I believe that the media (newspapers, radio, TV) owes a duty of care.

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    • 55
      Scrobs... says:

      Don’t worry, Farmer, the BBc have rules which don’t allow this sort of thing to prevail.

      Well, they said they did…

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  18. 25
    jimbo says:

    they should be convicted of their crime and sent to some sort of penal colony, a long way from mother england.

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  19. 29
    Anon says:

    This isn’t the first time that station has done something really shitty.

    “Kyle and Jackie O’s Lie Detector segment turned to disaster today when a 14-year-old girl – dragged on the 2Day FM radio show by her mother – angrily revealed she had been raped.

    The girl, who had been brought on to undergo a lie detector test about her mother’s concerns about her drug and sex experience, told Kyle Sandilands before the questions started: “I’m scared … it’s not fair.””

    http://www.smh.com.au/news/enetertainment/articles/2009/07/29/1248546762075.html

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  20. 30
    RIP says:

    HIGNFY will need a major last minute edit me thinks!

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  21. 37
    Robin Friday says:

    Sounds like Leveson will be getting a job offer Down-Under very shortly….

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  22. 38
    bergen says:

    No doubt their ancestors once inhabited our finests gaols.

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  23. 39
    MAX DICKHEAD says:

    Fuckin Convict Offspring

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  24. 40
    Paul says:

    To those who blame the nurse in some way by suggesting that she was unstable just put yourselves in her shoes for a while. Imagine the shame and embarrassment you might feel. Add that to the fact that she found her name on the front page of every tabloid, featured on news items worldwide.
    How do you feel now?

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  25. 41
    Meanwhile says:

    Prime Minister David Cameron wants churches in England and Wales to be allowed to conduct same-sex marriage ceremonies.

    The fucking rest of us don’t – twat.

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    • 73
      Tom Watson's Brighton fun says:

      It won’t be long before Stonewall is launching legal action about their rights infringment to try to destroy the church completely.

      All together now – “Told you so.”

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  26. 42
    Their careers are over says:

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  27. 47
    genghiz the kahn says:

    On Youtube – Hitler learns of nurse’s suicide after DJ’s broadcast hoax call.

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  29. 51
    Contrary View says:

    What the DJ’s did was in a way comedy – not the best. Surely the reaction here – in particularly that this was allowed to drive someone to a suspected suicide – is actually somewhat more disturbing ?

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  30. 56
    Grown up says:

    What a pair of skool kids. When are they going grow up?

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  31. 61
    nutcase nurse says:

    can you ask these dj’s to ring up Ed Balls?

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  32. 62
    32FF and proud says:

    The roadkill tshirts bird has a great pair.

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  33. 64
    Conspiricies "R" Us says:

    It’s a warning to everyone not to divulge info about the Royals ……….

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    • 126
      Anonymous says:

      did the daily mirror undercover journalist once reveal that the Queen uses tupperware on her breakfast table.

      was there a phone recording of prince charles talking about wanting to be someone’s tampon?

      so what has changed now.

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  34. 66
    WastedJoker says:

    Hard to blame the DJ’s.

    Blame rests instead with the media on two-fronts;

    1. For getting hysterical that some rich privileged fella spunked into another rich privileged tart and made another rich privileged thing.
    2. for branding a simple prank as “traitorous” and blowing it all out of proportion.

    The prankster are the least culpable in this.

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    • 75
      Their careers are over says:

      No, they violated a person’s privacy. Doesn’t matter if it’s a regular person or royalty, a person’s medical issues are confidential. They humiliated an innocent party who’s now killed herself. Those two talentless c-unts will now spend the rest of their days with that on their conscience, and flipping burgers for a living.

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      • 76
        WastedJoker says:

        And the prank would not have been worthwhile if the media over here weren’t in such a retarded frenzy.

        Then when the prank happened they treated it like a massive invasion of privacy rather than just a simple slip-up.

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        • 84
          Judge Brian Leveson says:

          I recommend more laws be placed on the British media to stop any more Australians doing this kind of thing. Make it so Ed.

          Now when is my next speaking appointment for another few thousand quid?

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        • 122
          Anonymous says:

          Im surprised how many people on here dont seem to be aware that confidentiality is a massive

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          • Anonymous says:

            comfidentialty is a joke, when our records are left on the train by accident, incompetence or design by a government department worker or someone connected with them.

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        • 134
          Latimer Alder says:

          I’m with wasted joker.

          That the queen might have a great grandchild next year is nice to know..but does it really mean that everyone has to run around like headless chickens for days?

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    • 78
      Mallett's mallet says:

      Hope some c.unt calls up your doctor and surreptitiously gets your private medical information and then watch as the BBC broadcasts said information solid for three days.

      Not culpable at all.

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      • 80
        WastedJoker says:

        There’s no hysteria over my medical details though, fella, so I’m unlikely to give two shits.

        If the British media hadn’t reacted like a bunch of buttfrustrated nimrods over a simple prank by perennial faux-nemesis’ Australia this lady might not have felt like it was such a big deal she’d have to kill herself.

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        • 90
          Engineer says:

          Don’t try to twist simple facts.

          If those two brainless morons hadn’t played their stupid prank, no trajedy would have occurred. There would have been no story to broadcast. Those DJs are the cause of the problems, and are indirectly responsible for an innocent person taking her own life by deliberately deceiving her. The media didn’t help matters by broadcasting the call, but had there been no call, there would have been nothing to broadcast.

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          • WastedJoker says:

            And if the media hadn’t reacted to a pregnancy like it was the second coming there’d have been no way a prank would’ve happened.

            Then when it did the media reacted like a bunch of idiots, branding the aussies traitorous et al.

            All that pressure must have taken its toll on the lady.

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          • Engineer says:

            Just because there’s excessive media interest in something does not mean that it’s OK to play stupid pranks.

            Would it have been acceptable for those two DJs to impersonate your mother and father – and broadcast the call – had your wife been in hospital with acute morning sickness?

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    • 135
      Latimer Alder says:

      Not sure I’d express it in quite such robust language, but I agree with your general sentiments.

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  35. 69
    Sack them says:

    What a pair of arseholes.

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    IMHO says:

    Brand and Ross got away with it over here on the BBC, which in many ways was an even more despicable abuse by ‘celebrities’ of ordinary peoples private lives, you can bet if the tables were turned on these people there would be litigation threatened and a big payout, then they would be whining to Lord Leveson, scum!.

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  37. 72
    Anonymous says:

    OK. Do we knoww which exec at the station cleared the call for broadcast? That’s the real aggravating factor here.

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    • 101
      Airey Belvoir says:

      One report said that the tape had been checked by a lawyer before broadcast. I’ll bet he’s crapping himself.

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  38. 74
    HenryV says:

    Disgusted. Somebody needs to loose their job.

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    • 91
      Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

      I do not think this is a P45 job .

      It is more serious than that .

      If the family wish to press charges for culpable homicide I think we should all support them.

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  39. 79
    R. Murdoch says:

    Australians..no fuckin’ class I tell you.

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  40. 82
    Fernando DLC says:

    Guido sounds more and more like Rush Limbaugh every day.

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  41. 83
    DUMB RADIO DJ'S says:

    The prank is a form of bullying, a form of bullying which was always going to have the potential to go worldwide and that it did. Humiliating someone you don’t know in front of the world is not on! SACK THEM NOW!

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  42. 85
    Anonymous says:

    happy now Mel and Mike ?

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  43. 88
    Anonymous says:

    Flaming galahs!!!

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  44. 89
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    This whole thread is not in the least bit funny .

    I offer my condolences to this poor woman’s family .

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  45. 92
    Joe Thorpe says:

    Video has gone private now!

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  46. 97
    Anonymous says:

    Enjoy your hell

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  47. 100
    Anonymous says:

    Hope somebody takes them out.

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  48. 103
    dogleg says:

    Two DJ’s….a dumb blonde and a spikey-haired little shitbag. Immature, childish behaviour, so maybe it was a prank, BUT recording the whole thing? The nurse must have suffered such anguish when she heard it played back. What went through her head? Fear of job loss? Ridicule from others? “She was the one who got fooled by a couple of Ozzies pretending to be royalty”, etc etc……you can just imagine it.
    You don’t have to be oversensitive to suffer…..how would you feel if someone recorded your sex antics in bed and then played them to all and sundry at the local pub? You’d feel a complete idiot…..and that’s just how this nurse felt.

    This might have been a prank but it has backfired with awful consequences. The two DJs will now have to live with the memory of this for the rest of their lives…..and serve em right. A worthy punishment.

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  49. 104
    keredybretsa says:

    It was a prank with an unforseeable sad ending. A tragedy all round.

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  50. 105
    Mervin says:

    Mel greig is a white trash media whore but honestly I thought this prank had come from the office of will and woody when I first heard it. I’m glad it wasn’t. Someone should prank Mel and Michael pretending to be their boss – hey guys you still have your jobs. Just kidding . You’re fired!

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  51. 109
    Displaced Brummie says:

    They scum have made the video private. Time Youtube pulled their account.

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  52. 112
    Cumbrian says:

    They are responsble for the death of a human being, no doubt they’ll be giggling about that too.

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    • 115
      Mike and Mel says:

      It’s a fucking laugh. Who gives a fuck.

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    • 133
      Latimer Alder says:

      They are not ‘responsible for the death of a human being’. They made a prank phone call.

      It is the total overreaction to the call that may have contributed to the lady’s death.

      Grow up.

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  53. 113
    Viv Dean says:

    What is wrong with everybody? Can we not see what we have all become? A life has been lost and a family is in mourning; the joy in a new life has been tainted.
    The journalists, and all those scoring cheap points over this tragedy, should be ashamed.

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  54. 114
    Lord Jensen Interceptor says:

    Execute them. Job done.

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  55. 117
    Anonymous says:

    What makes all this worse is that it was pre-recorded then signed off by the stations lawyers who failed to realise that it is still a criminal offence to impersonate queen. They didn’t even ask for permission from the peopel involved if it was ok to play the tape. Everyone at the station who had something to do with the airing of this should be sacked.

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  56. 129
    Anonymous says:

    is it too late to board the Overreaction Express ?

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  57. 130
    Anonymous says:

    pair of shit dingo’s, enjoy your xmas meal, well done, well done.

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  58. 131
    Latimer Alder says:

    Bloody hell. Everybody grow up

    It was a schoolboyish prank. Not a very good one, but that’s all it was.

    A royal was peripherally involved.

    Worth a five minute titter perhaps.

    But not three days of headlines and a suicide.

    Does the mere mention of the House of Windsor mean that normally sane(?) people completely lose their marbles?

    Perspective guys…perspective.

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  59. 143
    Anonymous says:

    STupid Aussie shit. Think you guys are so funny and so cool? fckin cost a life now. The 2 of you should kill yourself along with the other aussie shitheads that think aussies are so cool. If you 2 have nothing better to do, go find a stick and FCK yourselves. DumCNTs

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