On Channel five's The Gadget Show, last night, one of the presenters, Jensen Bradbury (mental age 10) , was caught cheating when he tried to get a 'hole-in-one' on a golf course, allegedly in Birmingham.
Bradbury employed a missile (ex-NASA) to transport his golf ball towards the hole and this very act in itself was not cheating, because they were allowed to use a wide array of permissible gadgets on a table in order to complete the challenge by all kinds of methods.
However, the producers of the show discovered that he had changed golf balls from standard ones to a newly developed ball which was laser-guided. Using Gulf War technology, when the ball was jettisoned from the missile, it was easily guided into the hole.
A spokesman for Channel 5 told In Seine News; "We apologise wholeheartedly for his actions which were not conducive to the show. He will face a severe reprimand which means that if he ever puts a foot wrong in future shows, he will be instantly dismissed. Channel 5 will not tolerate such unscrupulous behaviour."
Bradbury was unavailable for comment.