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Watch: Reporter gets angry about David Cameron, nuclear weapons and Matt Damon

In a YouTube video that has been doing the social network rounds, spoof reporter Jonathan Pie rants about the British PM, economy and world affairs.

Written by Express Web Desk |
Updated: October 11, 2015 12:54:19 pm
UK ‘news reporter’ Jonathan Pie gets angry while reading out the news in a video on YouTube, that has now gone viral.

If you ever wondered about what your favourite news anchors actually thought while delivering the unbiased news in your daily bulletin, then here is one sample.

In a YouTube video that has gone viral on the social media, UK ‘news reporter’ Jonathan Pie rants on David Cameron, Alan Sugar, nuclear weapons, Matt Damon’s treatment in the press, and a lot more — all triggered by his chagrin at having to do a live report in the famous UK rain.

Though there is much speculation about who exactly is Jonathan Pie, with him being called a spoof reporter by Vox and is known for his obsession with British Prime Minister David Cameron, here he goes on about how “China is bad but not as bad as it used to be, and Russia is always bad. Nuclear weapons are good and to suggest not using nuclear weapons is bad… Debt is good, corrupt banks are bad but not bad enough for us to do anything about them…”

For more, watch the video. Though be warned, there is use of explicit language in the video. One comment on the page even said: “I’d watch the news every night if this guy did it.”

DISCLAIMER: Use of explicit language in the video. Viewer discretion is advised.

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