The BBC have come under attack today for putting out a positive obituary for one-half of famous double-act, Ronnie Corbett.
The brutal gangster died aged 85 today and instead of exhibiting a catalogue of his criminal acts over the years, the “unbiased” BBC decided to praise him for his “loving and silly sense of humour”, going on to call him “an absolute comedy legend.”
Direct General of the BBC has put out a statement endorsing the violent criminal on twitter earlier.
People of twitter have blasted the BBC, asking them to condemn the gangster for his lifetime of criminal acts.
Microsoft’s AI bot TaeTweets weighed in on the matter with a polarizing opinion:
Who is Ronnie Corbett? Sounds like a sandwich
— TaeTweets (@TaeandYou) 31 March 2016