Thousands of complaints have been made to the BBC and CBeebies after parents noticed that the popular bunny Bing has been wearing blackface for a number of years without anyone noticing.
According to the parent who is leading the campaign for the show’s cancellation, people would genuinely be willing to overlook this fact if he wasn’t such a whiny little butterfly-murdering shitc*nt.
Michelle Garridge, a mum of three from Southend, said, ‘I was watching the show one morning when it suddenly dawned on me that I’ve been exposing my kids to this filth for years without even realising.’
‘I wasn’t offended before, but now I am and everyone else is too. If I was actually paying my TV licence, I’d probably stop out of protest.’
A source within the BBC confirmed that a full investigation is underway, but this latest scandal couldn’t have come at a worse time for the corporation.
A panel will meet next week to decide if Mr Tumble will face disciplinary action after accidentally signing the word ‘vulva’ in Makaton during an episode of Something Special in January.
It is thought that he meant to communicate ‘bucket’ during a trip to the seaside, but more than 63,000 complaints were made to Ofcom after the word was copied and repeated by a four-year-old child and he can be heard exclaiming ‘great signing Zachary.’