To sign the petition, click here.
Last night (8 Oct), the standards of what is considered to be "acceptable television" sank to a new low.
Network Ten screened a particularly offensive episode of their trashy series, "Can of Worms". The episode can be accessed by clicking here.
After spending the majority of the show discussing topics such as peeing in the shower, farting, and pooing in your pants, debate descended into something not only distasteful, but absolute filth.
Panellists were confronted with the following scenario:
"A mysterious man desperately wants to give you a million dollars. There is one catch. You have to perform one of the following:
- Run naked through Times Square singing Gangnam Style
- Eat a plate of live cockroaches
- Root Alan Jones"
James Mathison's responded "I don't even need my options to be eliminated, I will choose Root Alan Jones".
"There is no man in the country that needs to get laid more than Alan Jones. That guy is so up-tight that for our country i would bang him. For our nation I'd give Jonesy a bit of doodle whiskey", he continued.
Does Network Ten endorse this rubbish as acceptable Prime Time viewing?
CANdo believes that such comments are profoundly offensive, contravening to the values and standards expected by the Australian public for a television programme.
To sign CANdo's petition calling on shareholders of Network Ten to act upon this profanity, removing this rubbish from public viewing, click here.