Tuesday, May 18, 2010

BBC presenter stirs scandal after Queen death joke

A new scandal in Great Britain after BBC announced that Queen Elizabeth II has died. The joke was made by Danny Kelly, a presenter of the BBC WM local station in Birmingham. Kelly aired the national anthem and told the british people that the queen is dead. Quickly after, his producer intervened and asked him to withdraw his words. The presenter appologized and said that everything was just a joke but already generated outrage across the country. BBC also appologized and did not post the recording over the internet. On the BBC website, Kelly, 39, is known to have an "unique brand humour".


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