I read this hilarious story on Friday in IT Week writer Guy Kewney's blog, then I almost spat out my fried egg this morning when I saw it in the papers. It's already being covered by The Mirror, The People, The Times and The Guardian.
It's the story of what happens when the BBC lines up an interview with a tech expert but somehow a foreign taxi driver is ushered on set and interviewed instead. "Speaking with a French accent, the man appeared stumped when questioned about the complicated High Court case, but gamely carried on - offering his own opinion of what the case meant." Hi-lairous. Here's the video.