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My hero Tecwen Whittock, the `cougher`, has only got his own website up and running advertising his services!
What a star!
This is the most blatant free advertising scam I have ever seen and hope this thread is removed as soon as it is seen. As far as Tecwen Whittock is concerned he should be in jail the fukcing cheating bastard.
To be honest Tecwen, you`re a f***ing disgrace.
Do you think this thread should be:
a) removed *cough*
b) removed *cough cough*
or c) removed *cough*
I mean honestly! Alternatively just remove the link so we can still slag him off! :)
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As far as Tecwen Whittock is concerned he should be in jail the fukcing cheating bastard.
I`m always amazed to see people attack Whittock and the Ingrams. Trying to rip-off a quiz show is not a serious crime and it would be an outrage to see anyone go to prison for such a saucy jape.
Would people be so outraged if two antiques dealers conned their way onto Bargain Hunt and cheated the BBC out of a £100 prize. Bearing in mind that the BBC is publicly funded, this would actually be a far more serious crime. The scale of the prize and the popularity of the quiz programme shouldn`t make a scrap of difference in the eyes of the law!
So isn`t obtaining money by deception a crime?
"Would people be so outraged if two antiques dealers conned their way onto Bargain Hunt and cheated the BBC out of a £100 prize"
If there are clear rules set out by the BBC saying "Antique dealers aren`t allowed on the show as contestants" then there would be without doubt outrage.
The scale of the prize and the popularity of the quiz programme shouldn`t make a scrap of difference in the eyes of the law!
Is it that popular anymore? I think not
And who says crime doesn`t pay, I cannot believe that this corrupt t**t is now trying to make more money off the back of being a criminal cheat ! I work bloody hard, never tried to rip people off and I will never make the same amount of money as this little tosser. And as for after dinner speaking, what next book Rose West for your Christmas party ?
Totally agree with Jim and indeed paulh on this. He`s a f***ing dirty cheat who only avoided jail because his fraudulent gaining of £1,000,000 happened to be on a quiz show. Slimey c***s the lot of `em.
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This item was edited on Wednesday, 25th June 2003, 18:01
He`s a cheeky chappy who participated in a jolly fine spot of japesome sauciness. The whole thing was just a bit of a laugh. Stop treating him as though he`s as bad as one of the serious scumbag fraudsters who con us by cheating the benefits system. In my humble opinion, anyone who tries to con Chris Tarrant should be awarded a medal!
By the way, isn`t this the very same forum where criminals who get caught speeding regularly complain about the police not targeting `real` criminals? Just out of interest, is a harmless quiz show cheat more of a `real` criminal than those who recklessly endanger the lives of others?
They should have gave the money to charity , after all look at all the publicity the show got out of it ! , how many viewers tuned in to watch the coughing episode ? why is it right for the tv company to make money out of it ?