With all that's happening in the world, and indeed the country, did the BBC really need to devote nearly ten minutes to the lead story on its flagship evening news programme, the apology of a foreign self confessed adulterer, even if he is a major sport icon?
I'm not saying it's not of interest to a lot of people, but perhaps not the day's major news item.
Boo hoo! Strange how people are always contrite after getting found out. I predict a roasting in the press for this ill-judged move. He is highly manipulative, only worried about the money and he really should shut up and crawl away.
Just puzzled, why should your good self accept his apology? Let him go, even as a great golfer, he never thought about his wife or their (most importantly) children. The gentleman is morally despicable and has no backbone. Instead of telling the world to mind it's own business, sort it out himself, he decided to make a humiliating TV apology. What a plonker. A true greedy person who has got what he deserves. His wife will alway have that tape to show the children.
His Golf has more balls than he has. What a true lost plonker.
I can't be bothered to think of any more words to describe what I saw and heard from this man.
He's a disgrace, and the BBC's decision to head the news with coverage of his stage-managed 'apology' was yet another indication of the way the corporation's news department seems determined to insult the intelligence of its audience.