The presenter of popular premium rate telephone number television programme "X-Factor", the suited and booted Dermot O'Leary, is suing RyanAir's Michael O'Leary as a result of the number of times he's been attacked by members of the public thinking he was the boss of hidden-charges airline specialist RyanAir.
Mr O'Leary (D) said that the only thing X-Factor and RyanAir had in common were premium rate telephone numbers. And a chief executive worth millions of pounds on the back of the idiot public. And branded tat at premium prices. And a captive audience to prey on. And
Anyway, back to the story Mr O'Leary (D) said he was fed up with members of the public accosting him and asking why they should pay £20 to take a suitacse with them to an audition. He was becoming frustrated at having to repeatedly reply that there was no charge for this service.
And people have been asking him why there is a charge in order to book a seat to be next to loved ones at the audition, when in fact there is nothing of the sort.
And the number of people querying why there was a surcharge to use their debit cards when in fact attending an X-Factor audition was totally free of charge, was, according to Mr O'Leary (D), becoming really annoying.
Mr O'Leary (M) was unavailable for comment, as he was enjoying a flight on an airline with no hidden charges at the time.
The case is expected to last four days, the length of time a case might last on RyanAir in their hold if you do avail of their £20 charge.