In the driving seat…

There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog, it once again received no ‘likes’, which made it about as popular George Osborne and Iain Duncan-Smith in a benefits queue. That said, I’m guessing plenty of people in the benefits queue would happily throw coins at them – were it not for the fact that the probably don’t have any spare money…


I was a bit surprised that yesterday’s ‘blog didn’t get any correspondence from the people of North Korea, although I’m guessing their access to the internet is somewhat limited and in any event, a lot of North Koreans are getting involved in their national table tennis tournament – apparently it’s called the ping-Pyongyang… 


That said, the people of South Korea were also said to be busy as there was a big concert on in their capital city – with music from British R&B band Seoul II Seoul. 


Anyhow, it’s time to move on to today’s ‘blog, which is about the reassuring news that, despite the hardships faced by many people in the UK and the fact that someone who I think was called Phil Pot carried out the most wicked of crimes against 6 innocent children; one of the major stories on the BBC News website is that Manchester City winger Samir Nasri has been banned for driving for 6 months.


Nasri was fined around £2,100 (approximately a few hour’s wages) and banned from driving for 6 months. Bizarrely, according to the BBC News, ‘Nasri was originally convicted in June but this was overturned after he signed a declaration saying he was unaware his Mercedes had been caught on camera’ – this is a great way of getting out of a crime and I think I will now go and personally track down Piers Morgan and punch him repeatedly in the face and advise the police that I wasn’t aware that anyone saw the crime. 


The ‘news’ about Nasri comes just one day after his Manchester City colleague Carlos Tevez was given community service for driving whilst banned – apparently his excuse about him not being aware that anyone had seen him driving whist banned, controversially, didn’t stand-up in Court. 


It’s not the first-time Tevez has been involved in controversies, he once posed for a large billboard which said ‘Welcome To Manchester’. Although the billboard was vandalised and when questioned by Police as to why he felt a criminal act was necessary, the offender simply stated ‘Welcome To Manchester’…  


Tevez’s other major controversy was his reluctance to play football (typical footballer) in a Champions League game last year… Tevez said that his boss was a disgrace and treated him like a dog… as a result Tevez refused to stand on a field and run around after a ball…


By the way, episode 5 of the WOWS podcast is now available, make sure you listen to this thoroughly entertaining 26 minutes… well… maybe not…


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