BBC Director General Bit Colleague 'Like A Dog'
'Before I could say a word he suddenly turned, snarled and sank his teeth into my left upper arm (leaving marks through the shirt, but not drawing blood). It hurt. I pulled my arm out of his jaws, like a stick out of the jaws of a labrador.'
Mike Tyson would be jailed for six months for something like that. But it's not Mike Tyson in this case, it's Mark Thompson. He should have been fired from the BBC in 1988 for biting a colleague. Instead he is now the Director General, and in the past couple of weeks has set about firing thousands of presumably non-psychotic, non-cannibalistic BBC staff.