This is paper thin.
A BBC News presenter goes live on air and he's holding a packet of printer paper. A big, thick packet of printer paper.
Because, allegedly, he mistook it for an iPad.
BBC presenters all need an iPad, you see, to steady themselves as they stand and say interesting things.
iPads are exceptionally heavy. Yes, about the same weight and thickness as a huge, thick packet of printer paper.
Oh, of course, he mistook the paper for an iPad. And of course the BBC is run by people whose hero is Mussolini.… Read more