NAZI PROGRAMME "IN POOR TASTE"
Billed as a history retrospective, "The Nazis" was supposed to be an in-depth look into the motives of the upper ranking members of the Nazi Party. However, when the show aired on Wednesday night, viewers were stunned to find that it nothing of the sort.
"I couldn't believe my eyes," said Pritchard Rembleson, a long term resident of Fukuoka City, and whose father was killed during the fall of Berlin. "There was a couple of minutes of historical fact at the start, but with crass cartoon animations and joke voice overs. Then, unbelievably, the remaining 55 minutes of the show was about Nazi food."
Mr Rembleson went on to mention that the guests "were dressed as the SS, Luftwaffe and Gestapo, including numerous idols wearing provocative uniforms". As if that wasn't enough, the guests openly praised the Nazi Party for their delicious food, and one of the idols even went as far as to say that her skimpy swastika costume was "cute" and that she wanted one for her wardrobe.
At time of writing, Mr Rembleson is preparing a legal case against the station, and seems to have the backing of the majority of people interviewed. "My legal partners and I requested a meeting with the President of TIT, but he declined. We shall see him in court, though."