More than 65million complaints have been received since the weekend in regard to BBC presenter Sarah Boring's comment to Liam Treadmill. Yes, that's right, more than the entire population of Britain have nothing better to do than sit around making whinging phone calls.
Boring told the winning jockey of the Grand National he had the worst teeth she had ever seen, didn't clean under his fingernails and he was a paedophile. She also accused him of kidnapping Madeleine McCann, being involved in the car crash of Princess Diana, orchestrating the attacks on the World Trade Centre and being more beastly looking than Michael Jackson.
"It was a little over the top, to say the least" said one whinger "especially the part about Michael Jackson."
BT has made a cool £28million profit out of the debacle, prompting fears of collusion between the BBC and BT. BBC has made a complaint to Ofcom about the collusion accusation. Ofcom has made a complaint to BBC about being bombarded with phone calls. BT has also made a complaint, just so they weren't the odd one out. Boring had no comment.