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Wallies of the Week – Foolish Fogle and Joyless Judy

Ben Fogle and Judy Finnigan are our most worthy Wallies of the Week

 

Two of the most irritating people to inflict misery on our screens have yet again excelled themselves.

 

First, booze loving Judy Finnigan admitted in her Daily Express column that she “gulped jolly little bright blue [Ibuprofen] capsules,” developed stomach ulcers and vomited blood. Referring also to the pills as “good-old-over-the-counter… sweeties,” Judy claimed she is now “evangelical about stopping friends and family from taking Ibuprofen” but neglected to mention her plainly chronic image as a boozer. She should perhaps, instead, put her glass down.

 

Elsewhere, Ben Fogle has found himself in an “acrimonious Twitter spat” with BBC Radio Five Live’s Nihal Arthanayake over whether he was rude about Staffordshire Bull Terriers. With continual attention seeking Fogle threatening to sue over whether he actual said something offensive to Arthanayake’s wife, all that has been highlighted is that he’s nothing but a pugnacious pillock. He truly should just up.

 

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Quote, ‘My hugely experienced gastric consultant later told me that the smoking gun in my case was ibuprofen”
    I think the smoking gun in her case is a good old bottle Gordon’s Gin.
    Instead of trying to throw the spotlight from her drinking problem, why doesn’t she admit she has a problem with booze, and get some help.
    She looks like she’s been dragged through a hedge backwards, then slapped around with a wet kipper.

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