Unrelenting Hoax-Call DJ's in Spoof Apology

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Wednesday, 12 December 2012


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Mel Greig's performance was inspired by this guy. And onions.

The Australian DJ's whose prank call led to the death of a nurse have continued their spoofing antics with a tongue in cheek parody of an apology live on Australian TV.

Mel Greig and Michael Christian once again displayed their convincing acting abilities by taking the blame with a perfectly sombre, sincere tone and even tears in the case of the brilliant Greig, who shows real commitment to her craft.

The DJ's are understood to have been bemused at the world seemingly branding them murderers and evil and therefore decided to spoof the mainstream media narrative by showing exaggerated 'contrition', 'sorrow' and 'regret'.

"They bought it", said a genuine Michael Christian, who superbly acted out comforting Greig in the interview. "But my God mate, it was only an okay joke in the first place. I did not kill the nurse. She clearly had problems regardless of the phone call. The pressure she felt after it was probably due to the hysterical over-exposure given to anything with a Royal theme by the giddy media."

In a reference to many accusations he went on "I do not have blood on my hands."

Holding aloft his hands he added, "Only red felt tip-pen muhahaha."

Oh you evil, murderous spoofer.

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