well known music television channel has apologized to a
Ms Josephine Coschina after it accidentally sent her all
the deleted expletives it had beeped out of music videos
for the last 13 years.
mp3 file which is believed to have been over 200MB big,
contained over half a million f-words and 700 million 'ass's',
it is estimated, amongst other words, from stars such as
Eminem, Nickelback, Snoop Dog and Lisa Minnelli.
to our reporter, Ms Coschina gave her reaction on hearing
the audio file:
haven't been surfing the web for very long, is this sort
of thing normal? I clicked it off as soon as I could find
the stop button. I accidentally pressed the fast forward
button at first.
normal speed I don't really think it was much worse than
an episode of The Wire, so no harm done young man."
television companies have to keep copies of all the swear
words they remove from movies and television programs in
the event that the authorities ask to hear them.
other news: The CIA have been experimenting with a piece
of anti terror software that would automatically insert
expletives into terrorist videos to undermine confidence
amongst their followers.