The recent BBC Television series 'Secret Britain' was today found to be completely flawed as it failed to find an Island containing a colony of puffins just off the Outer Hebrides.
Since the episode that overlooked the Island had been broadcasted last month TV watchdog Ofcom has been inundated with all of two complaints about the omission of the Island known as Glangarry n shet which is celtic for puffin shit hole.
Ofcom spokesman Charles Brewer said of the matter ' for a programme boasting within it's title ''secret britain" to have not found all of what it says is a flagrant disregard of all regulations regarding television viewing. One of the two complainents went as far as saying it breached her human rights the fact that she was denied full access to all of secret britain' went on Brewer 'that's how serious we're are having to take this matter'.
The BBC have tried to shift the blame to the actual staff of the show itself and the situation has seemed to have caused some friction between the two presenters of the show.
'Glangarry n shet is a very small Island and was easily missed on the map' said programme presenter Matt Baker giving his excuses for not finding it ' I looked and looked at that map I couldn't see it' finished the embarrassed young Baker which was quickly rebuffed by fellow presenter Julia Bradbury who said ' If he had spent more time concentrating on the map instead of trying to mentally undress me out of my gortex wetsuit and hiking boots, we may of actually found it' she retorted.
As there are no human residents of Glangarry n shet to ask, we asked a random puffin for an opinion on the matter of being ignored by the Beeb ' I'm glad they never came' he said ' in my opinion secret britain should stay secret britain and the BBC can piss off and stay in London the nosey bunch of bastards'.