Private Eye, a British satirical magazine, has a story which paints The Sun (the infamous UK tabloid) in an even worse light.
“NICK PARKER, chief foreign correspondent of the Sun, had shocking news on last Friday’s front page: “Security at Sharm el-Sheikh airport has been exposed as a shambles after guards let Brits jump queues for a £15 fee – without checking their luggage.” Sharm el-Sheiikh is the airport from which the Russian Metrojet Flight 9268, flying from before it was brought down with a likely an explosive that was placed on board.
The Private Eye story is not that they published the article on bribing the guards it is WHEN they published it.
According to Private Eye they knew about it FIVE months ago but decided against going with the story for the reason that they didn’t want to be prosecuted for bribing foreign officials.
Nice. A bit of courage could have exposed this flaw before hand.
Feed the to the Lions.