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Friday, 12 January 2007

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Can I Come Out Now?

It was revealed today, former BBC Director Greg Dyke who resigned in 2004 after a damning report into company baldness pleaded for his job back days after.

Dyke, who shares his name with a female homosexual said he felt 'blinded by the media madness' & felt like he was 'verging on insane' around the time of his resignation.

Dyke appeared 3 days later in front of the BBC board on his knees, Philip Cockring on the board remembers, "He literally crawled into the room on his hands & knees sobbing, we were all in shock. James Cummings (also on the board) then took the opportunity to ridicule him by making him act like a dog, begging and that".

The board, after 3 hours of begging & ridicule decided Dyke was in no mental state to run the BBC & declined his offer.

Dyke, since June 2004 has spent time in Kings Cross Special Care centre, overcoming mental stress caused by the incident. He is looking for compensation & all attempts to speak with him were declined due to his condition. His solicitor left the following statement on Dyke's personal blog pages;

"I have suffered for quite some time now due to the BBC, i should think the public have too with their array of fly on the wall docu-soaps & C-list dance off competitions. I will be making some more inquiries into compensation in the coming months. For now take in the knowledge that is was not me who brought you the dire programming you are currently receiving now".

The BBC has yet to comment but we have learned they have suspended the production on 3 new celebrity contest shows. They say it is unrelated to the comments made by Greg Dyke.

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