A seemingly innocuous Daily Mail fashion article describing the development of a spray-on fabric tee shirt has been slammed by feminists and subjected to a whole slew of bitchy remarks.
Mail journalist, Laura Stott - a busty blonde size 10, posed for a series of photos throughout the spray-on process - all of which were done in the best possible taste.
The article itself was well written, informative, and basically flawless - but Mail readers didn't see it that way.
Comments raised by the article varied along the same theme with such disparaging remarks as, "She's never a size ten" to "A well fitting bra wouldn't have come amiss" and equally catty comments.
In the interests of fairness, we showed the print-outs around the Skoob News office and got a totally different reaction.
The general concensus appeared to be favourable, and SN staff praised the Daily Mail for running a series of pics of an attractive young blonde topless woman having a tee shirt sprayed onto her topless bod.
Most remarked that Laura has a really nice pear, although further investigation failed to locate any fruit. (Ouch!)
In SN's humble opinion, the Mail should run more stories of this nature, with Laura Stott if necessary, (hey, we aren't complaining) and tell the whingeing bull-dyke feminists to go fuck themselves on a rotating cactus plant.
More as we get it.