Yes, you did feel the ground shake: The Daily Mail has been angered again.
DJs sacked after 'porn star' slur on Des O'Connor's daughter
Uh-oh - who's put their foot in it this time?
Two radio DJs have been sacked after claiming live on air that Des O'Connor's daughter secretly worked as a pornographic actress.
The lack of a mention of the BBC in either headline or first paragraph would suggest that this must be a commercial station - so is it TalkSport? Virgin Radio or whatever it's not being called these days? Johnny Vaughan?
The allegation, which is unfounded, was heard by listeners across the West Midlands after it was broadcast on...
The West Midlands? BRMB, then?
... after it was broadcast on the Birmingham University station Burn FM.
Birmingham University station Burn FM.
So, Daily Mail, when you say "listeners across the West Midlands", you neglected to add in the words "a couple of".
Yes, it was a snide thing to say, and unacceptable - but this is a student radio station. Which makes the whole story a little weak. As you must know, Mail, otherwise you might have mentioned "student djs" in the headline.
What are you going after next? Someone being a bit fruity over the PA in a supermarket?