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Kicking Sport e-mail hacking admission

Kicking Sport is obliged to confess that one of its bored reporters has hacked the e-mails of some of the UK’s leading sporting stars.

However, none of the material was reported because it was not of public interest – and it would not have been of interest to anyone at all.

Not wishing to be seen as “out of touch”, senior staff at Kicking Sport felt it necessary to follow the trend set by the “News of the World” and Sky News and hack e-mails as that now seems to be the most common investigative technique employed by the nation’s journalists.

But accessing the inboxes of John Terry, Wayne Rooney, Kevin Pietersen and Lewis Hamilton amongst others led to absolutely nothing intelligible nor worth writing about, with the material failing even to come up to the appalling standards we normally sink to.

Sorry about that.

  1. April 5, 2012 at 18:19

    Well it did surprise me that most of the aforementioned actually knew how to use email

    • April 5, 2012 at 21:12

      Would imagine they had delegated to their agents. Or WAGs.

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