The Tokyo offices of camera makers and medical suppliers Olympus have been raided by Japanese prosecutors amidst allegations of an accounting scandal. Part of an ongoing investigation, accounting discrepancies were brought to public attention by the company's former chief executive…
Gary Cutlack investigates…
Spurred on by media reports of pro-cocaine groups INFESTING the beast that is Facebook, I thought I’d have a look around and see what other shameful activities are listed on the social networking hotspot.
This is no mere blog update – it’s fierce investigative journalism that could bring the Facebook house of cards CRASHING DOWN!
Here are the top ten most shameful Facebook groups I’ve dug up today.
1. “People who like to sit in baths full of champagne whilst wanking and eating truffles and caviar and filling in forms for Job Seekers Allowance”
Sadly no one has uploaded any videos, which leads me to believe this may be a fake. I have signed up anyway, to, er, investigate further.
2. “If Kate Moss does cocaine, it should be legal”
Probably not entirely serious, this one, especially as it has the tagline “Cocaine is still illegal. Even with Kate Moss as their spokesperson.” Still, it’s all you’d need to hang a story off if you were a News of the World reporter looking to brand Facebook a SICK DRUGS DEN…
Hi everyone, I’m here today with a very important piece of investigative journalism about the SHODDY and downright shameful state of the discount battery market.
Watch with HORROR as I insert a brand new set of cheap batteries into a torch – only to be rewarded by a pathetic five seconds of usable power. You may well get 12 batteries for £1 – but what use are they if they fizzle out after five pathetic seconds?